[Bug] "Undo" operates incompletely on deletion of a note
Recently had this bug brought to my attention by an editor working in our system and have successfully reproduced the unexpected/undesired behaviour myself.
If an editor deletes a footnote in Wax, this change can be rejected using the "Reject" button. If, however, the editor uses ctrl+z to undo the deletion (which works normally for undoing other edits), the note in the main text will be restored, but the text of the note itself remains rubricated and struck through in the notes panel at the bottom of the screen. Wax, however, no longer regards the deletion of that text as a tracked change (because the change has already been undone), and so the "Reject" button remains greyed out:
The only way for the editor to restore the note text at that point (besides simply copy-pasting the text into a new note and deleting the previous one with track changes off), is to re-delete the note in the main text, which allows the "Reject" button to be used and restores everything to normal. This is not intuitive, however, and our editor ended up struggling for a long time with trying to restore the note text before finally reaching out to me. I imagine others may eventually fall into this trap as well.