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Le 26/01/11 11:30, Narayan Aras a écrit :


1. When I edited the pages, often the editor would not work where the cursor is, but 2-3 
character away. 
    Thus I constantly had the feeling of being squint-eyed. 
    I had a lot of trouble deleting some character- Mostly I ended up deleting the wrong 
    (Reporting for Firefox 3.6.13 running on Windows XP, SP-3)

I can confirm this absurdly infuriating behaviour. You have to guess
more or less where to put the cursor in order to be able to delete or
add words or punctuation correctly, and most of the time it seems to end
up truncating an existing word, thereby prolonging the editing / review
process. I have experienced this behaviour with Firefox and Mac OSX 10.6.6.

2. If authors save but do not publish, Silverstripe does not show those changes at all.
    Only published changes are shown. This is a far worse issue. 
    You have to read the entire page and see if you still like it.
    Imagine what would happen if multiple people edited the same page and just saved it.

Yes, I have noticed that too.

I might add that I haven't yet found a way to ask for someone else to
review a change that I have saved. If you have editing and publishing
rights, then you don't seem to be able to refer a change for review to
someone else. Perhaps I just don't know where to look. This is
potentially rather dangerous because I could easily overwrite the work
of someone else without asking them, whereas I might instead just wish
to inform them that I'm proposing some changes and would they then agree
to publish them. Is there anyway around such a problem ?


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