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7.0 PR diff not highlighting word by word changes



Our company recently upgraded from 6.10.5 to 7.6 with the new PR experience ( However, when reviewing a diff for a baseline file change, I realized that all lines got highlighted even though the real change is some characters got added to each line. The fact that all lines got highlighted makes it impossible for me to do the review in Stash. Wondering if others have reported similar problems?

There were also some other small annoyances that are not as important as the diff one, including:

- in the PR page, if more than 3 reviewers are on the PR some will show up in the dropdown, but the dropdown doesn't indicate whether those reviewers have approved the PR or not.

- we have automated task handler to add tasks to every PR that's newly created. All tasks used fall under one comment. In the new experience, each task gets its own comment and with 4-5 auto tasks they take up a whole screen, which is kind of annoying.


We did discuss our fav changes too! We really like the ability to comment wherever in the code (not just 10 lines within the change). So thanks for all the hard work to make that happen!



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