Devtools PM at Uber ATC.
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- Mar 30 2016, 8:27 PM (208 w, 4 d)
Jun 8 2017
The pagination view for very large source trees/folders (in our case located at ourdomain.com/diffusion/name/browse/master/averylargefolder/) is confusing. Specifically, the pagination buttons are placed below related Open Revisions. This can often be confusing or misleading, as it is not immediately obvious that you're not seeing the full set of files.
Apr 1 2017
Mar 22 2017
Nov 22 2016
Aug 25 2016
Just want to +1 that this would be a very useful feature for us. I think our usecase is similar: We have a lot of teams (especially ops teams) using phab workboards and columns extensively. Rather than try to shoe horn different types of reporting, etc. into phab they are relying on external systems/tools, but it is pretty painful to extract data on what column tasks currently live in.
Aug 5 2016
Aug 4 2016
To your point, we did have some users complain that even just on the primary dashboard a ticking timer was a bit distracting. But, you know, when your boss's boss's boss asks if something is feasible, you at least look into it. :) And I think countdown scenario aside, a global information display that doesn't assume the user has some specific dashboard config is potentially valuable.
@epriestley, somewhat an edict from on high, but I do think there is potentially some value in a persistent banner (a single row tall, similar to the main phab bar but perhaps even a bit skinnier.)
Jul 21 2016
Jul 8 2016
Jul 1 2016
Got it. Was able to get the desired result using the Conduit API web UI and the calls you mentioned.
Quick follow-up.. Any thoughts on the most efficient way to do a bulk add-to-group since the only obvious way to add users is via the autocomplete box from the members page for a project?
Well, now I just feel dumb. Haha. Yes, I think that would probably work, and I feel silly for not thinking of it since it has how I have been managing other privileges (i.e. Queue Managers, User Managers, etc.) Thanks!
Jun 30 2016
Humbly suggesting any/all of the following: gun, bomb, skull and cross bones. I find that I type :skull: :gun: on slack a lot (a common side effect of support ops work.)
Thanks for the ridiculously fast triage. Not an urgent issue for us, just wanted to make sure you were aware of it.
Jun 8 2016
Yes. [[ x#y ]] or [ x#y | some text ] results in a link to /x/#y/ which doesn't actually link to the anchor.
Jun 6 2016
Jun 3 2016
One of our users was definitely encountering the chat bar issue.
Can you define 'never'? As in, is this the kind of thing that if you accidentally open conpherence once you're forever banished to the land of AJAX bug hell? Or do you mean, at no time during his review process? This has been going on intermittently since February so I am confident all users haven't done this every time.
I spoke with rkeelan/Rob. Here is what he had to say..
Another user description of this issue:
:| yes. these are inlines.
Thanks for the quick research/reply.