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[1.1.4] Undo/Ctrl+Z causes a console error in the WYSIWYG editor

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Pressing ctrl+Z (undo) in editor will cause JS error, which breaks any further ctrl+Z shortcut.

The GIF below shows the bug:

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The error:

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hive-0f87c727262fa4155705f5ea3ac671aa59529e0e.js?x53279192:7 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'value' of undefined
    at d (hive-0f87c727262fa4155705f5ea3ac671aa59529e0e.js?x53279192:7)
    at v.o.undo (hive-0f87c727262fa4155705f5ea3ac671aa59529e0e.js?x53279192:7)
    at HTMLTextAreaElement.oe (hive-0f87c727262fa4155705f5ea3ac671aa59529e0e.js?x53279192:4)
    at HTMLTextAreaElement.dispatch (jquery-3.1.1.min.js:3)
    at HTMLTextAreaElement.q.handle (jquery-3.1.1.min.js:3)

It can be reproduced in both Chrome and Firefox, both are tested in clean profiles with NO extension/addon.

Re: [1.1.4] Undo/Ctrl+Z causes a console error in the WYSIWYG editor

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Thanks for the report ... indeed something is wrong here, I've tracked it.
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