First time this has happened to me -
One of my notes was suddenly corrupted - its entire contents were replaced by the contents of another note. This caused major consternation because the corrupted note happened to be a key text that I’d been annotating over the past few months; and its entire contents were replaced by another recently created note with just 67 words in it.
I didn’t press any key or shortcut combination, so I can’t explain what took place.
Undo had no effect.
Which btw I have noticed on many occasions; the Undo will suddenly cease to have any visible effect at all, leaving me in a quandary as to whether Tinderbox is changing some other note behind the scenes that I do NOT want changed.
I have also noticed several other little anomalies in behavior, for example when working on a particularly large Tinderbox file (with only one Agent - it’s basically a huge text repository), things will start to go awry in the sense that redraws to notes will not take effect until the note is deselected, and other similar behaviors.
Fortunately I was able to revert to a recently saved version of the file, I lost a few notes here and there but hopefully nothing I can’t recall over the 6-7 minute span. And I’ll never know what happened to completely swap out the contents of that key note, but I’m feeling a little leery now of going back in. What if some other note gets swapped out, and I don’t notice? This document has 1041 notes and growing, there’s no way I can remember it all.
Running ver. 7.5.4 (b328), latest version of High Sierra 10.13.6