CMS UI refresh (V11.23.3) doesn't persist selected edit mode

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Unfortunately, the CMS no longer remembers the content editor's last selected edit mode, which was a nice feature. The CMS always loads the In-Page Editing Mode.

How to replicate:

  1. Edit a page
  2. Switch to All Properties Edit Mode
  3. Edit a different page and notice In-Page Editing Mode is active, instead of All Properties Edit Mode.
#216256
Jan 31, 2020 0:33
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Glad to know we're not the only ones experiencing this issue. It's not just switching to a different page that triggers the edit mode back. Editing block attributes and publishing cause this behavior as well. It's really frustrating.

#216278
Jan 31, 2020 14:50
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Perhaps you should log this issue in the Feature requests forum:

https://world.episerver.com/forum/developer-forum/Feature-requests/

#216311
Feb 03, 2020 17:08
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Thanks for the idea, Bob. I was wondering how to report bugs or request features. I've requested the feature: https://world.episerver.com/forum/developer-forum/Feature-requests/Thread-Container/2020/2/cms-ui-refresh-v11.23.3-persists-selected-edit-mode/

#216324
Feb 03, 2020 23:27
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Sticky view mode (link) was a feature present prior to the UI refresh. Quote from the comments section: «Best feature since sliced bread!»

Was it intentionally removed?

If yes, I think it should have been announced as a breaking change.
If no, I think this should be considered a bug, not a feature request.

#216329
Edited, Feb 04, 2020 7:18
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It must be a bug, it works for some editors but not for all. 

For me a fix was to log into edit, open developer tools, clearing all local storage/session storage/cookies, and then logging in again. After that sticky has worked. 

A client did the same, but not with the same luck.. sticky still gone.

#216330
Feb 04, 2020 7:27
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We also upgraded and have the same bug. It seems the global menu CMS link adds "..Home/Index/.." to the cms url. This is not happening when clicking the cms button from the website itself.

We told our content managers to just remove the "Home/Index/" from the url manually until the link is fixed in EPiServer. This workaround should fix the sticky.

#216408
Feb 05, 2020 15:49
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@Cees Removing "Home/Index/" from the URL manually works for me too. Good find!

#216415
Feb 05, 2020 22:48
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#216421
Edited, Feb 06, 2020 0:50
Matt Smith - Feb 16, 2020 22:38
Thanks for the update. I tested the bug fix and confirm it's resolved.
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