By default, Crucible does not show the entire, cumulative change set. It shows a top-level hierarchy of changed files and requires the reviewer to navigate by clicking on the hyperlinked files. The only "global" navigation feature in Crucible is the previous/next button for iterating through the diff hunks. But many reviewers want the ability to view the entire proposed change set in one screen and use their browser's find feature to look for text. That would be something akin to the pull request view in Git. There doesn't seem to be a configuration in Crucible to change the view as desired. In the "Pre-commit" workflow, there is a way to look at an entire patch submission. But that's just the plain text and uneditable and doesn't really come close to what's desired.
Does there already exist, or is there a plan for developing, a feature to show the entire change set with the ability to insert inline comments?
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