[Freeswitch-docs] Confluence reorder problem
bote_radio at botecomm.com
Mon Jun 9 20:08:54 MSD 2014
It might be a mechanical problem of dragging and dropping? I notice that
Confluence is finicky about where you drop the page, but it will take
the button-down event to start the drag WHEREVER your mouse is pointing
on the page in a horizontal zone that is inline with the page title.
Easy to make a mistake I found out, and there is no undo function for
If you drop the moved page on top of an existing page name, the page
will move to be a child of the existing page. Otherwise it simply places
the page in between the two existing pages where you drop it.
I haven't had a case where the page refused to move. My best guess is
that there might be some special permission that only allows the page
creator to move it, but I doubt that exists. I think the user database
and therefore permissions are still in flux.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mario G [mailto:mario_fs at mgtech.com]
> Sent: Monday, 09 June, 2014 11:47
> To: Bote Man
> Cc: William King; Brian West; Ken Rice
> Subject: Re: Confluence reorder problem
> The OS X stuff is not moved, it moves in the reorder window but does
> not save. No need to move now: I thought I was redoing the
> installation since we talked about it a couple of times in meetings
> about how I was going to split it up, I put it back, have at it.
> Also, I had a similar problem with reordering again, I tried to move
> the original installation to where it was (above the Maintenance and
> Configuration pages I created) and could not. However, I could move
> those pages below the installation page. Something is amiss in
> Confluence since some pages reorder and some do not, I moved lots of
> pages around when I did Interoperability.
> On Jun 7, 2014, at 11:13 PM, Bote Man <bote_radio at botecomm.com> wrote:
> > I just opened the Old Installation tree, grabbed the Mac OS X parent
> > page, and dragged it up and dropped it while hovering over
> > "Installation" which is its new parent page. I'm running Firefox 28
> > Windows, FWIW.
> > The 2 CentOS pages and Debian are up-to-date, if not fully
> conformant to
> > the Confluence standards that we have established; also SmartOS
> > Virtualization.
> > What's the plan here? I was going to tackle the Installation page by
> > trimming it down to the basics:
> > packages as first choice
> > building from source or tarball if they insist.
> > If you're handling the Installation tree then call me off so we
> > work at cross purposes.
> > I got sidetracked with mod_rayo and friends today, anyway.
> > Please advise.
> > Also, wouldn't this be best discussed on the
> > Freeswitch-docs at lists.freeswitch.org mailing list? That way other
> > team editors can benefit from our discovery.
> > Go Giants! Go Athletics!
> > Bote
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Mario G [mailto:mario_fs at mgtech.com]
> >> Sent: Saturday, 07 June, 2014 18:19
> >> To: William King
> >> Cc: Bote Man; Brian West; Ken Rice
> >> Subject: Confluence reorder problem
> >> Not sure who can see what the issue is but thought you all should
> >> about it. I started the wiki installation changes today. I barely
> >> started and wanted to reorder pages, which I have done many times
> >> before. But today I cannot reorder all pages, the Mac OS X section
> >> under Installation (now Old Installation) won’t budge. I simply
> >> to move completed sections from Old Installation to Installation,
> >> won’t even move within Old Installation. Some will but Mac OS X
> >> any ideas? I already spend 2 hours researching and trying different
> >> things, we need to know when reader won’t work so as not to wast
> >> and come up with a different plan.
> >> Mario=
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