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TOPIC: Cannot edit cells in new column

Cannot edit cells in new column 7 years 7 months ago #2206

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I have noted that in many (but not all) cases when I create a new column, to contain the grades I have given for an assignment, I am unable to edit the cells next to student names because the edit option dose not appear after a long press to bring up the menu. When the menu appears, the only options I see are, color, erase, copy and annotations. However i can see the edit option in some of the cells i have created. i also note that if i double tap the cells in the new column, the extra quick attendance options appear. I have double checked and the new columns i have created are not attendance columns.

How can I fix this?
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Cannot edit cells in new column 7 years 7 months ago #2207

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Hi yindee,
Its a bit weird, but you should take a look at (System) Settings/iDoceo and disable the 'New column inherits properties' setting. This will force new columns as Text/Icons and you will avoid this problem for sure. Noted though to check it for our next update.

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PS:If anyone else is experiencing this very same issue and can provide some step by step to reproduce it, we'll be able to track it down.
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Cannot edit cells in new column 7 years 7 months ago #2212

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Thanks for your quick response. After disabling the New column inherits properties' setting it seems to working the way it should now.
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Cannot edit cells in new column 7 years 7 months ago #2213

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By the way it appeared that the only time this happened was when I created a new column adjacent to an existing extra quick attendance check. However, it seems to be fixed now
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