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Is there a way to remove the "complete" state from reviewers when adding additional content? Our typical workflow is:
But the reviewer is still marked as "Complete". I'd like them to not be so that it's clear that they need to review the updated code.
Are you sure the reviewer(s) are still marked as complete when new content is added? Can you describe the steps to reproduce? When I add new content to review the complete flag of reviewers gets cleared and the are marked as incomplete.
I'm curious about the exact opposite of this:
I understand the design rationale behind clearing the 'completed' status on reviewers, because the newly added contents haven't actually been reviewed.
But sometimes, a reviewer has completed with some comments. I'd like to update the review with changes addressing those comments, but would like to still keep the 'completed' status. Is it possible currently? If not, feature request?
I have the same question. I add content either form svn changesets or via a patch file (pre-commit). Whether the Completed statuses are removed seems to depend on which of these methods I use, not complete sure. Seems a bit unpredictable. I'd like to know how to keep the Completed status when adding content.