It’s still happening. But I can see why it’s hard to reproduce because it’s not consistent. I also wonder if sometimes it happens and people don’t see it, because it’s not always at the top. If the rogue text is below the fold, you wouldn’t necessarily spot it.
I’ve tried to reproduce this over and over and I haven’t found a consistent set of steps yet. What I have noted is that the position of the rogue text is related to where that text was when it was used in the On the Agenda view.
It’s something like this:
- A note is marked On the Agenda
- That means the project tag for that note is displayed in the right location on the Agenda view - just above the note title.
- Sometimes, when that note is removed from On the Agenda, the project tag is not removed from the view. It continues to display through all subsequent views, in exactly the same location it was in On the Agenda.
It’s like a div that, once displayed, is never hidden. It’s always an On the agenda div, and it doesn’t always happen.
I suspect it might be to do with longer notes, so that’s what I’ve been trying. It also seems to be more likely when I add something to the agenda in session, and then remove it later, without quitting in between. But I’m not certain. All I can tell is, it’s something to do with elements of the agenda view persisting in other views. Quitting the app clears it.
I need to do some actual work now (!), but will come back to this as there must be a pattern to why some notes trigger it and some don’t.