OK, that’s two votes for SiteMap+
@TemplateRepo - don’t bother looking for a pattern, that’s probably very difficult and in any case it’s not needed. what we need is a single concrete instance, even if it just happened once.
If you can say it definitely happened when switching between page A and page B that’s enough. This is enough to tell me say, “X Marks the Spot!” – then I just need to start digging in that spot.
But it’s imperative that you’re 100% sure. Otherwise I could spend a year digging in the wrong spot. This happens with unfortunate regularity.
Unfortunately right now the X-Marks-the-Spot location is pretty huge. Not quite small enough to really start digging in any one location. Some other stuff that could help us narrow it down:
- was the sidebar showing?
- was the library showing?
- how wide was the library?
- how large is your display?
- do you have multiple displays?
- in System Prefs do you set your scrollbars to: show always, never, or automatic?
- do you switch between internal laptop display and an external display?
- was the library in HUD mode, sidebar mode, or floating-window mode?
- when you switched pages were you in Edit mode or Preview mode?
- were there any other RW windows open at the time – other documents, the resources window, etc.?
believe it or not every one of the things in that list impacts the size and shape of the Stacks panes. and there are probably a dozen more than i’m not thinking of.
most of this stuff can be answered by just taking a screenshot at the time the bug was first noticed. but some stuff (like number of displays and whether you switch between laptop/desktop) you’ll have to let me know.
since this bug happens a lot to some people and almost never to others, there’s a good chance that some of these settings/setup/prefs play a role. if we can get get answers to these from just a few people then we can start to eliminate possibilities by cross-checking.
anything that’s different between two users experiencing this problem we can eliminate – and that narrows down the