I’ve noticed this too. Mostly when I am working with more than one tab open and assume it is just an issue on my side with tracking if I have copied the element from another tab and in the tab I want to paste into had previously copied an element so it is in the ‘clipboard’ for that tab.
I’ve seen it happen a few times, but not very consistently to file a report on it
Yes, this used to happen all the time and it seemed to go away, but has started to happen again. I feel like I should follow the same advice I give my students and not build in multiple tabs. I typically try to only do it when constructing backend workflows used on a page, or making changes to a reusable element that I am testing on a page.
One of the most annoying bugs that has been cropping up as of late. I filed a bug report but instead of waiting around for a resolution after 3 days I just deleted the expressions and recreated them.
I have just filed a bug report about conditionals getting met that shouldn’t be based on the value of a dropdown element during the ‘input elements value change trigger’. Must be an overall issue with conditionals.