TextMate has always been a bit deceptive in this regard. The browser pane and the file are two different places, in the same way that two different files are two different places. If you do something in the browser pane and do something in the file, and then say Undo, what is undone depends on where you are at that moment. Well, you can jump from the file to the browser without realizing it, so when you then say Undo you can get a surprise. m.
On Feb 23, 2021, at 5:06 AM, Paulo Moura via TextMate email@example.com wrote:
There's a severe data loss bug in recent releases, including 2.0.16, where trying to undo an edit operation in the editor results instead in an undo of an operation in the file browser pane. If the sound is not muted, you may hear the sound of a file/folder being moved to the trash. But instead the file/folder just vanishes, loosing the work in those files/folders. When this bug occurs, restarting TextMate offers a temporary workaround. Until it happens again. I'm using macOS 11.2 if that's relevant. I'm a registered user of TextMate since version 1.x. Never until the latest releases I have come across this bug.
Paulo Moura Logtalk developer
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