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I'm using Trello on Firefox, both for personal use, and for work use under a corporate Trello.
At work, when I drag a card from, say, Doing list to DONE list, the card just moves from list to list, which is what I want. But at home, after dragging the card, it always opens as well, which I don't want.
How can I stop Trello from editing a card when I move it? I haven't found any controls that address this.
Editing to add: I am using Trello on Firefox 83.0 on Windows 10. All maintenance is current on both Firefox and Windows.
Also, following a suggestion below, I see that Trello functions as expected on the Chrome browser. The problem only occurs on Firefox, of the two browsers.
Hi @Steve Walton ,
Welcome to the community!
The drag and drop feature of Trello which is to move a card from one list to another is the same as the Free plan, Business plan. So you might be doing it the wrong while dragging the card from a list to another.
You might be clicking twice while dragging and drop!
Please try on different browsers & devices. If you face the same problem comment below!
And also Log out of your Trello account Clear the cache from the browser/app then restart the browser/app and then re-log into your account!
Thank you for the quick response.
1. I am definitely not clicking twice, but thanks for the suggestion.
2. Very interesting. The aberrant behaviour seems to be confined to Firefox. It works correctly on the Chrome browser.
3. I followed your suggestion of logging out, clearing my Firefox cache, then restarting the Firefox browser and re-logging in to Trello. It made no difference, and the behaviour persists.
I forgot to mention in my OP that I am using Trello on Firefox on Windows 10, if that makes any difference.