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Hi Narayan, *,

On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 11:30 AM, Narayan Aras <> wrote:

But I never faced the "commit" pop up (unless this the box where you have to enter a string 
before committing).

Yes, that is what he meant (at least that was what I understand), and
indeed it is a modal dialog, one you have to deal with before being
able to do other stuff within your browser window. But still I don't
quite understand this as a problem.

But I did face several other issues:

1. When I edited the pages, often the editor would not work where the cursor is, but 2-3 
character away.

Hmm - didn't experience that.

2. If authors save but do not publish, Silverstripe does not show those changes at all.

You can either
* request publication,
then there will be a "Worfklow" Tab that shows the changes or
* use the Versions-dropdown on the left-hand side and check "show
unpublished" and check "compare versions" - then select the current
edit and the last published one.

3. There is no diff with a saved version. Only published versions can be diff'd.

No, you're not reading what is on screen. When you already found the
point that shows published versions, then you did just overlook the
option. Look again in the versions dropdown (see above)

4. There is no find-and-replace facility. I had entered "LibO" and wanted to change it to 

Well, this is true - as a workaround, use HTML-sourcecode view, copy
the html-source to an editor that supports search and replace, then
copy the edited html-sourcecode back.

   The only way to correct that was to find each instance and paste "LibreOffice" from the 

yes - depending on how many places, this might be easier or not...


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