What I did:
- Using Agenda MacOS.
- Open a note.
- Copy-paste 5 bullet points into the note.
- Delete each bullet in the bullet points, one by one.
- Realize I deleted too much and press COMMAND+Z or Undo on the Mac to Undo the last delete.
Instead of Undoing the last delete or the last thing I did, the Undo would undo all my past deletes (maybe 5 or so) and basically reset what I did.
What I expected:
I expected that the Undo would simply undo the last thing I did, which in this case was delete something – and not undo 5+ previous steps.
Things that might be helpful to know (Agenda version, OS and model, etc):
I am using the latest Agenda update on Mac OS running 10.14.5.