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D20573 will fix this, but perhaps not in the most graceful way possible.
May 30 2019
This likely affects other similar dialogs. The fix is to duct-tape something in Quicksand to something in the "click an area to click a link" behavior, most likely.
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Quicksand isn't really bound by natural law, but I think that might fix it.
Feb 13 2018
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May 16 2017
I marked D17919 as fixing this. I can't reproduce it after that change (except: the drag-select behavior isn't converted yet) and we're now Quicksand-aware, although it's possible I'm just not doing the right sequence of operations.
The keyboard reticle has been fixed but the inline reticle is still at large.
May 8 2017
Apr 24 2017
The keyboard reticle probably has the same issue but we can figure that out later.
Oh, this actually is the inline reticle, not the keyboard reticle.
Apr 21 2017
Apr 17 2017
I believe the resolution of T8151 also resolved this.
Apr 13 2017
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Jan 8 2017
Thanks for the report! We were just missing a "/" (Quicksand does not follow redirects, which I think is desirable, although maybe we'll change that eventually) but D17151 should fix this up a little more robustly.
Dec 29 2016
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Nov 17 2016
Oh, sorry, I meant: if security.alternate-file-domain was configured, that prevented this problem.
Well, I do not have configured the security,alternate-file-domain.
But it works now for me with this fix :D
I'm reasonably sure that fixes it; let us know if you're still seeing issues after updating.
(This likely would not be reproducible on any instance which has security.alternate-file-domain configured, which is why it wouldn't reproduce here or in the Phacility cluster.)
This reproduces somewhat-reliably for me with Quicksand (Persistent Chat) on.
Nov 16 2016
You are right, I also can't reproduce it on the Phacility instance. I really don't know what do do next ^^
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Nov 11 2016
Nov 10 2016
Welcome to the wonderful, spooky world of Quicksand.
Oct 1 2016
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Jun 3 2016
T11092 has a lot of discussion, but D16031 will almost certainly prevent this from doing damage. It does not fix the underlying Quicksand issue, but you should get an immediate error instead of confusing/spooky behavior/apparent data loss.
Feb 29 2016
Feb 28 2016
Thanks for the discussion and for improving the clarity of my request.
I expect we'll do this eventually, but probably not until Workboards v4.
Jan 22 2016
Thanks for the quick fix !