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Nov 28 2014, 11:10 AM (312 w, 6 d)
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Recent Activity

Aug 27 2016

shpytyack.artem added a project to T11545: Burnup rate looks messy and unreadable: Maniphest.
Aug 27 2016, 11:22 AM · Maniphest, Bug Report
shpytyack.artem created T11545: Burnup rate looks messy and unreadable.
Aug 27 2016, 11:16 AM · Maniphest, Bug Report

Aug 23 2016

shpytyack.artem added a comment to T4657: Add a one-click "Close" button to Maniphest.

So for us "Close task" doesn't work anymore, looks like you just have deleted the code which processed the button. Is there any replacement for this I don't know or you have just deleted a nice convenient feature which worked fine for some people like we are?

Aug 23 2016, 9:57 AM · Maniphest

Jun 17 2016

shpytyack.artem added a comment to T11163: Speed up wiki documents creation.

It's probably the correct solution to create ancestor slugs automatically if you so choose. I believe this is what you're running in to?

Jun 17 2016, 9:36 PM · Phriction, Feature Request
shpytyack.artem added a comment to T11163: Speed up wiki documents creation.

Our corporate wiki is around 400 documents at the moment, around 15-20% of the documents are rather folders and me or our team members are adding a few new documents per week.
I understand second paragraph is not very easy to do, but first I guess is easy. Is there any reason to make the body for documents obligatory? Why the body can't be just an empty string if the person, who created the document wants so?

Jun 17 2016, 8:45 PM · Phriction, Feature Request

Jun 16 2016

shpytyack.artem updated the task description for T11163: Speed up wiki documents creation.
Jun 16 2016, 10:26 PM · Phriction, Feature Request
shpytyack.artem created T11163: Speed up wiki documents creation.
Jun 16 2016, 10:24 PM · Phriction, Feature Request