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  1. Please attempt to reproduce this: I write: "habitação"; then I try to undo. The undo process stops when it arrives to "ã". The same if I write "habitación" or other accented character.
  2. Here is the issue You are writing a text with accentuated characters: Este camión es muy grande You decided is not what you want and starts to undo (command Z) to start over the paragraph: Este camió Once you reach an accentuated character, it deletes the supporting vowel but it gets stuck with the accent, waiting for you to add a new vowel: Este cami´ You can't continue to undo unless you click out of text box and undo while out of the text box. Is not a serious issue, but it happens. I think it happens because undo does not consider the accentuated character as a whole but two characters, and once it deletes the vowel, it gets waiting for a new one as if you just added the accent. Also I know that you can simply delete instead of undo, but there is times when undo is what you need because you also want to undo not only writting but styling, color changes, etc…
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