Since yesterday, there is a problem with the interaction between the paragraph and image blocks. Before, when I clicked “Align left” in an image above a text, the text went to the left of the image, as can be seen here:

Now nothing is happening.

In the back endBack end The back end is the area that authorized users can sign into to add, remove and modify content on the website. This may also be referred to as “WordPress”, “admin” or “the administration area.” editor everything is normal.

#bug

Hi @jonburke I was adding a Blog PostPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. Block and made sure that settings for “Show Excerpt” is turned on. It seems that excerpt only appears when I click “Preview”.

#bug

hi @jonburke I noticed that when I set the “Style” for table block to “Stripes”, the front and back endBack end The back end is the area that authorized users can sign into to add, remove and modify content on the website. This may also be referred to as “WordPress”, “admin” or “the administration area.” are giving me different results. On front end, the gridlines are showing. At the back end, the gridlines are not visible. #bug ?

This is the front editor. It has gridlines. But once you click on preview, the gridlines will disappear.

This is the back editor. It doesn’t have gridlines. But once you click on preview, the gridlines will appear.

The italic button in any block is not working (the keyboard shortcut also). This is just in the front end editor. #bug

Hi @jonburke I suppose this is a #bug , if not, then it can bring confusion in the future. I was saving reusable blocks and it’s allowing me to use the same name for I don’t know how many times I can.

Is this an expected behavior in the reusable block?

Hello @jonburke, I used one of my saved reusable block 3 times as seen on the video. When I try to remove 1 of them, the text on the 2 remaining reusable blocks were removed as well. 3 empty blocks will remain and I had to delete 1 at a time. #bug ?

Hi @jonburke, here is another one which I think is also a #bug on reusable image block. Here are the steps to replicate:

  1. Add an image block and save it as a reusable block.

2. Click the add block icon (+ sign on top left). Go to “Reusable” tab then click “Manage Reusable Blocks”

3. Delete the reusable block that you just created.

4. Go back to the postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. editor. Notice that image is still there. But once you hit preview/publish, that will disappear.

Inside post editor
This is the preview

5. If you go back to edit the post (both front and back endBack end The back end is the area that authorized users can sign into to add, remove and modify content on the website. This may also be referred to as “WordPress”, “admin” or “the administration area.”), the image will still appear.

Hi @jonburke I think I found a #bug with the reusable block. Here’s what happened.

  1. I inserted a paragraph block and add it as reusable block. Named it “Reusable1”.

2. After adding it as a reusable block, I saw an option to “Manage Reusable Blocks”.

3. I edited the reusable block that I just added which is the “Reusable1”. I changed the text from “This is a paragraph to be saved as reusable block.” to “This is a reusable block. Edited to add this line —>>> “this is a line”.

4. Went back to postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. editor and used the edited “Reusable1” block. It went well, I can see 2 lines. “This is a paragraph to be saved as reusable block.” and “This is a reusable block. Edited to add this line —>>> “this is a line”.”.

5. But when I go to preview or publish, the first line (“This is a paragraph to be saved as reusable block.”) doesn’t show.

6. Another weird thing is, after publishing and I go back to edit that post (both back and front end), that first line (“This is a paragraph to be saved as reusable block.”) still appears.

Since yesterday, when I click on new commentsComments Comments are the main way in P2 for you and your team to reply to posts and keep the conversation going. They’re located at the bottom of each post, and are organized in threads. Learn more. and try to respond to something new within that section, the response is frozen (this does not always happen). To postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order., I have to go back to the site home and go to the specific topic. Has anyone else noticed anything like this? I use Windows and Firefox.

#bug

We found a #bug when doing a simultaneous edit on a postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order.. If let’s say an editor created a post and published it. Re-opened the post at the back endBack end The back end is the area that authorized users can sign into to add, remove and modify content on the website. This may also be referred to as “WordPress”, “admin” or “the administration area.” to edit something. During that time, an Admin also opened the same post to amend something. Once the auto save kicks in, Admin will get a pop up message just like the one below:

Clicking the “Exit the Editor” button will do nothing. The pop up window seems to be stuck unless I click on my browser’s back button to exit out of the editor.

Also, is it possible to display the username of the person who has editing control? Right now it’s saying “Someone” and “Another user”. Since the image of the person who has editing control is displayed, might as well display the username so that whoever receives the message will know who to notify right away.

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