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From Jack Park <>
Subject Re: First running 1.3 observations
Date Fri, 23 Sep 2011 14:23:51 GMT
Issue added to Jira.
Yes, I did not expect Joe to see it, unless it had been created but not 


On 9/23/2011 12:06 AM, Ethan Jewett wrote:
> Hi Jack,
> Thanks for the feedback and for finding this bug. Comments are inline:
> On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 7:40 AM, Jack Park<>  wrote:
>> I created a pool.
>> In another browser (IE), I created another user, "joe", and made some posts.
>> Then, went back to my account and tried to add "joe" into my pool.  (The
>> "Edit" button is someone misleading).  I can type in joe for the user, and
>> give him either a Read or Write role. Click Add User button. Nothing
>> happens. No "joe" in the list of users.  Tried his full name "Joe Sixpack"
>> -- it really didn't like that, and still refused to accept "joe", not even
>> giving an error message.
> This is a bug where the list of users in the pool isn't updating after
> adding a user. If you reload the page and reselect the pool, you'll
> see "joe" in the list, I think. Can you create a Jira issue for this?
> Aside from that, we clearly need to do some work on the usability of
> the pool management interface. It has been pretty confusing since the
> beginning. Would be worth having a Jira issue for this too!
> If you don't get to creating the issues, I'm sure either Dick or I
> will get to it this weekend.
>> Joe is unable to "see" my pool in his browser.
> Joe won't see messages that were posted to the pool before he was
> added to the pool. Try posting a new message to the pool and see if
> Joe sees it. If you added Joe with a Write role, he should also be
> able to see the pool in the "Share with" dropdown when composing a
> message.
>> Perhaps I'm missing something; just doing what seems intuitive.
> I think it's not very intuitive at the moment, which is definitely a problem.
> Cheers,
> Ethan
>> Jack
>> On 9/22/2011 10:17 PM, Jack Park wrote:
>>> A first observation of runtime:
>>> Appearance is as expected in Chrome and IE
>>> Appearance in Firefox 6.0.2 on Win7 is such that it's clear that CSS is
>>> not being followed. Nothing is in place, all styling is missing. In
>>> fact, the "Public"link to switch the landing page to see all messages is
>>> missing.
>>> Jack

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