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bug in undo for changing a global color

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Hi,

 

there is a bug in the undo functionality.

 

I can 100% reproduce a bug (also a screening - but both are confidential so that I did not attach it) in the undo functionality of changing a global color.

 

1. I open my project

2. go into a global color and change it (the results can be seen in the objects) and there will be history steps created for these modifications

 

BUT

 

if I use CMD+Z to go back so that there will be no more history step - the global color is not reseted to it's initial state. It still has the color of my first modification.

 

 

Cheers,

Stefan 


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macOS Sierra 10.12.6;

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Hi Stefan

 

Unfortunately I have not been able to repeat this from fresh. Are you able to upload the file you are seeing the issue with. Also is it only the single file you are getting this with or does it occurs from fresh for you too?

 

 

Thanks


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Hi Chris_K,

 

I have uploaded both files (project and screening). So please try it again.

 

I'm not sure if this issue happens with a fresh project. I will test it. But I think a fresh project will be correct. At least that's my experience with software/bugs and clean (test-)environments vs. real (work-)environments. ;) 

 

Stefan.


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Hm ... I would say, with a fresh project you cannot achieve my described bug - I couldn't.


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Hi Stefan

 

I'm able to replicate it on your file on the Mac (windows is fine). This seems to have something to do with the numbers being part of a symbol. objects outside of a symbol go back to the original colour fine. I'm still not able to replicate this from fresh, but it may be something that requires a much more complex file like the one you have so I shall pass it on to the development team

 

Thanks


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+1

 

Cool. Thanks Chris!


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