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#1 Amy

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Posted 22 January 2011 - 08:52 AM

I'm trying to re-order books in the Library and am having problems particularly for books in the General Tools section. After moving several books around, the books pointers may go haywire. Things that I may then see are:

1. A particularly tall book entry
2. Duplicate book names
3. On investigating #2, the book details (obtained by tapping on the blue arrow) do not match the displayed names.
4. Absent of delete icon for certain books on the left hand side, plus a blue arrow on the right hand side even in edit mode.

This seems to be triggered by overshooting and pulling books upwards past the section (here the brown bar with "General Tools" displayed on it) and putting it back down to within the section it came from. Do this a few times for several books and you may encounter the same problem. :)


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#2 Andy Crim

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Posted 22 January 2011 - 11:48 AM

. . .

This seems to be triggered by overshooting and pulling books upwards past the section (here the brown bar with "General Tools" displayed on it) and putting it back down to within the section it came from. Do this a few times for several books and you may encounter the same problem. :)


Regards, Amy

I too was wondering if this might be the trigger for some of these library problems.

#3 Scott Knapp

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Posted 22 January 2011 - 01:21 PM

Definitely looks like there is an issue keeping the underlying module list in sync with the user interface during editing. Particularly with long lists. We'll look into it. Thanks for the report.

Scott.




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