Strange behavior for inline mentions while using the spell-check feature

WHAT IS THE BUG

When I use inline @ mention feature to link other objects, I face some weird unexpected behavior from the spell-check feature. As soon as I use the spell-check feature to correct the wrong spelled words, some letter are being added before and after my inline mentions.

HOW TO REPRODUCE IT

  1. start writing.
  2. use inline mention to link other object within your paragraph
  3. write a word intentionally wrong.

THE EXPECTED BEHAVIOR

Well, for all my words, including the inline mentions to remain intact and not affected by the spell-check feature :sweat_smile:

SYSTEM INFORMATION

  • Device:
    M1 MacBook Air
  • OS:
    Ventura 13.5
  • Anytype Version:
    v.0.33.3

ADDITIONAL CONTEXT

As always, a video recording showcasing the bug:

This report has been added to our issue tracker and received by the Development Team.

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This issue has been fixed by the Development Team and will be implemented in an upcoming release.

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This issue has been fixed with 0.38.0.

Yeah, that is not fixed in 0.38.0, its behavior is just a bit different. Now when I use the spellcheck feature to correct some words in a paragraph where an inline mention is present, it gets rid of the inline mention all together and replaces it with its own plain text.

@Angelo @Flip

Could you give a step by step guide or video for reproducing?

Sure, here you go.

That being said, I have to mention that I’m on the 0.38.0 release since I can’t enter my account on the new alpha releases.