[Archivesspace_Users_Group] [External] Reorder Mode bug in 3.4?

Paul Sutherland psutherland at amphilsoc.org
Wed Aug 30 13:56:27 EDT 2023

Hi Lynn,

I have a ticket open for this issue here
<https://archivesspace.atlassian.net/browse/ANW-1779>. There's some
discussion in there about when it got introduced, so it's useful to hear
that it's definitely happening in 3.4.


On Wed, Aug 30, 2023 at 1:04 PM Lynn Moulton <lynn.moulton at bc.edu> wrote:

> Hello all,
> We're testing 3.4 in our sandbox and are noticing the following problem.
> We'd love to know if others are seeing it too, or if it's something
> specific to our instance.
> The scenario is: a user in the staff interface turns on reorder mode and
> selects several archival objects to move. After selecting the archival
> object for them to fall before or after, the set of moved objects splits,
> some falling before and some after the target object. This seems to happen
> if either "before" or "after" is selected as the desired destination. This
> happens almost every time several objects are moved, but not 100% of the
> time.
> Best,
> Lynn Moulton (she/her)
> Senior Processing Archivist
> John J. Burns Library
> Boston College
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