I’m seeing both the jumping cursor and the repeating list. I’m using Agenda 9.3 on Mojave.
With me, the repeating list is an ordered list, perhaps because that’s what I use the most. I’ll create a note, start list item 1, then come back later and find that I have 20+ items. I originally thought it was something with my keyboard, but apparently there’s more to it than that.
The jumping cursor happens when I try to insert new text at the bottom of an ordered list. I click the mouse at the end of the last item on the list and the cursor unpredictably jumps up to a previous item in the list.
Here’s a screenshot of cursor jump event that just happened. I clicked at the bottom of the list, just to the right of “SBNR” and the cursor appeared there. But when I pressed “return" the cursor jumped up to sub-item 3 in item 5 and deleted “City on a Hill” and created a new item 4.
Here’s what it looked like before I pressed return:
And here’s what it looked like after:
Naturally, I can’t reproduce this. I was able to get the “before” screenshot by doing “undo." But now that I’ve “undone” I can’t make it happen again. I suppose I should be thankful, otherwise Agenda would be unusable. But it does make it hard figure out what’s going on.
I see now that there is an Agenda update (9.3.1). I’ll try that and report back.