Stupidity born of arrogance.
But what I don't get is that they've already agreed to put them back - they just won't commit to when. (As if this could take a developer more than a few hours work - the code exists, the icons exist.) Just put them the hell back! Or are they too proud?
Whoever was the decision maker for removing this should be demoted. Hiding and icon and expecting someone to KNOW the keyboard shortcut for it is absurd!!!! This is a web-based program, not a local one, and most users will look for icons or menus for commands for things they can or can't do.
I just lost an ENTIRE DAYS WORK because of this, and more importantly this was done because of the stupid formatting that is done. How could a program DELETE EVERYTHING PRIOR WITH ONE HIT OF THE DELETE KEY when NOTHING WAS HIGHLIGHTED!!!!!
Horrible design... go back and learn from other applications before.... NOT HAPPY RIGHT NOW!!!!
Control Command Z on my mac in confluence doesn't work. I undid some typing and now can't get it back. This is completely stupid these buttons are gone. Developers don't assume everyone is a linux CLI over-nerd who has all the keystrokes memorized and force your culture on your user base.
I started programming at five years old, and have been in IT for 20 years and I didn't have the 'redo' keystrokes memorized. I had to look them up, find this thread, and then discover the keystroke doesn't even work so it seems re-do does not work in Confluence. A button would give more confidence that I can actually send the command to Confluence to redo.
It's the middle of 2020 and still no sign of the undo/redo buttons. The menu bar has emojis, obviously critical for millennial morons that can't tell the difference between technical documentation and updates to their Instagram account, but no undo/redo buttons. No wonder our Confluence is littered with dead pages, broken layouts and links to O365 documents.
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