[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 381167] [NEW] Ctrl+Z undo works strangely with copy&paste within note

Luke Hudson lukeletters at gmail.com
Thu May 28 05:56:30 BST 2009


Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: tomboy

On: Ubuntu 9.04 32bit, (also seen on 8.x)

To reproduce:
1.  Copy text from a Tomboy note, making sure that text contains more than one style (eg bold&italic, or bullets and normal)
2. Paste text within a Tomboy note (either same, or another)
3. Press Ctrl+Z to undo
4. you should see that the undo operation does not undo the paste in one go, but Ctrl+Z needs to be pressed repeatedly.

It appears that a paste operation is not stored in the undo history as a single operation, but as several.
This is counter-intuitive, given that nearly every other program out there stores a paste as a single operation.

This issue is simliar to:
#68757 Ctrl + 'Z' doesn't completely undo an evolution mail link insertion 

Probably due to same issue?

** Affects: tomboy (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

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Ctrl+Z undo works strangely with copy&paste within note
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/381167
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