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Monte HansenSubject: Bug: Saved Changes Lost Switching Text <-> Grid Views
Author: Monte Hansen
Date: 14 Nov 2007 03:17 PM
Product: Stylus Studio 2007 Build 894d
O/S: XP SP2

Problem:
When editing an xml document, switching between Text and Grid views, changes made to Text views were not evident in Grid view. Worse, (disk saved) changes were lost when switching back to Text view.

Observation: It seems that once the tree is expanded, changes to the document were not synchronized between switching views. As if the grid view is static once nodes are viewed, and switching back without making any changes causes a reload of the statically loaded document held in memory by the grid. Eek.

Monte Hansen

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Alberto MassariSubject: Bug: Saved Changes Lost Switching Text <-> Grid Views
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 15 Nov 2007 02:47 AM
Hi,
this bug has been fixed in bl894i; you can download the latest update (bl894m) from http://www.stylusstudio.com/update/2007_R2.html

Hope this helps,
Alberto

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Monte HansenSubject: Bug: Saved Changes Lost Switching Text <-> Grid Views
Author: Monte Hansen
Date: 15 Nov 2007 03:58 AM
Sorry. I pulled the latest build and verified that the fix works.

Thank you!

Monte

 
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