#1119 Undo of node creation caused focus change on other instances


Undo nodes creation in the collaborative mode would cause unexpected focus(current node) change on other instances.

The current node of all the other instances will be forced to moved to the parent node of the created-and-then-removed node.

If the other instance has been visiting any node under the same parent node, then its current node will be forced to move to the last visited node.

The bug is likely to be related to the recently submitted redo / undo out of sync bug.

Version: FreeMind 1.0.0 Beta 8
Operating System: GNU/Linux, Fedora 16
What I was trying to do: Test the FreeMind collaborative edit.
Description of the failure: See above.
How to Reproduce:

1. join a shared map
2. create a node(Instert)
3. undo(Esc, or Enter, Delete)
4. Check that the focus(current nodes) of other instances is moved


  • Christian Foltin

    Dear user,

    your bug has been fixed in some of the latest versions of FreeMind version 1.0.0 (currently in beta state).

    HTH, Chris

  • Christian Foltin

    • status: open --> closed-fixed

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