Item14107: Cancel doesn't undo add/delete row or move row actions. Document the restriction.
Current State: Closed
Released In: 2.1.3
Target Release: patch
If I am editing a table (EditRowPlugin
) and press the AddRow
button, the Cancel button does not undo the added row. I feel that the function of the cancel button would be to cancel anything back to the point of me hitting the "Edit" button. It will erase any edits to the cells within the row, but it just doesn't remove the row.
- My FosWiki:
- This site is running Foswiki version v2.1.0, Release Foswiki-2.1.0, Plugin API version 2.4
- EditRowPlugin (19 Mar 2016, 3.315): Inline edit for tables
Edit --> + --> X = row remians
Please let me know if I can provide any further information.
Confirming this, but the way this plugin works using "ajax" real-time updates, it might have to be fixed with a documentation change. Same is true by the way for delete rows. The delete is done "live" and cancel is not possible. Crawford. I think I asked you about this a while back, but never opened a task.
- 06 Jul 2016
Yes, documentation change. I can't see it being code-fixed any time soon - it would be very complex to undo.
- 21 Jan 2017 - 08:58
Updating the documentation to clariy that the 4 row actions - move up, down, insert and delete, are done immediately on the server and cannot be cancelled.
- 21 Jan 2017