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    Default Documents "version" property -- function?

    I just noticed that the main view of a Documents Notebook has a Version column. Does anyone know what practical purpose this serves? Is there a way that a user can access earlier versions of a Document, or revert it?

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    From what I see 'it does exactly what is says on the tin'. The version number is incremented by an edit/save and the 'history' action will give you the doc at each version.

    Haven't looked to see what options are available for depth of versioning or access restrictions etc. but at least I can confirm the versioning is valid!

    Hope that helps.

    Jon

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    Thanks! I was suffering from tunnel vision and I missed the "history" action.

    But now I'm seeing this...

    • Click on History under the Actions column.
    • [Optional] Click on a version.
    • Click the Close button.


    Result: get a "blank" Notebook page with no documents listed at all. Additional clicks on "Close" do nothing. I have to click the Notebook in the left pane to get back to the list of documents.

    (Safari 3.2.1, Mac OS 10.4.11 PPC. Also with Firefox 3.0.8, same platform.)

    EDIT: Found the bug report for this Bug 33911 – Table of contents not shown after clicking close on document history
    Last edited by ewilen; 04-12-2009 at 05:34 PM.

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