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This has been fixed in the new version of Documents

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A fix for this has been released

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When can I see the change in my projects?

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I was a bit premature there. The fix is still in testing. Sorry

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I notice that the page still reloads, but it now returns to the previous location in the file list. Still bad design, but this helps a lot.

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Now it's in production

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Hi Fredrik,

It is true that the page reloads but you should end up where you were when you added the comment. If you don't then please empty the cache in your web browser which should make sure that the fix is not hindered by old temporary files in your browser.

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Karolina

My suggestion was "update description dynamically, no page reload". Then you respond "now it's in production". How is that correct?

This is not a solution to the problem, it's just less bad now than before. In any case, you should write what has been implemented when it clearly does not live up to the suggested feature.

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Sorry,

I obviously misunderstood. I thought the problem was that you ended up at the top of the list, which has been fixed. We have not yet discussed the reload of the page.

Best regards,
Karolina

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This has been fixed in the new version of Documents

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well, yes. but in the process you've hidden the file descriptions in the file manager. So now they're essentially useless for our purposes. Please bring the file descriptions back to the default view in the file list, or make them optional.

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Also, why is the settings icon named settings? It contains Add shortcut, Refresh and Help - neither of them are settings.

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