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Sometimes, immediately after publishing a page, the tree node still showing de yellow dot indicating pending changes. I think it's a very small bug, but my client is annoying me to fix it. Is there a workaround for this?
I've tried to handle the "Document.AfterPublish" in the API by checking if has pending changes, and republish it if necessary. It works, but doesn't refresh the node icon in the tree.
FernandoUmbraco 4.5.2 for .NET 3.5, with MySQLWindows Server 2003, 64 bit, IIS 6
Did you ever find the cause of this ? (having a similar issue with a top level node on a 4.9 site)
I am having same issue with 4.9. Thought it was IE9 only, but now doing in Chrome, so ultimately intermittent, but cannot determine cause.
The issue I has was caching in Chrome - Doh! perhaps it's the same for you ?
Hi, thanks for quick reply. I tried clearing cache (site files, cookies, etc.) both in IE and Chrome. No impact. I have republished entire site from root, refreshed nodes, etc. Can't seem to correct the issue. The content itself does change state. Do you happen to know where in SQL DB or cms site files I would find the "published" flag so I might determine whether it is actually being written or a cache issue? Thanks for any help,
I'm afraid this is a bug, which has been reported for 4.8.1 on the issue-tracker but does not seem to have been fixed for 4.9 yet. I'm hoping for a patch release since this issue is really annoying and confusing indeed.
Don't know if there is a weird workaround at the moment though.
I'm quite new to Umbraco and I must say the responsiveness of the group is outstanding. I'll try to search more thoroughly in the future as I saw your update on the bug submission.
Loving Umbraco though.
It's like a big family trying to help each other out :)
Happy to hear you are having a good time with Umbraco and please feel free to report potential bugs and vote up those that have already been reported by others that also affect your daily work.
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