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Well-settled

I posted to a CEDI subfolder named Western, but when I went back to check it, it was gone. Then I noticed a subfolder called Root had taken its place with the new post I had just made.
The resulting folder branch looks likes this: Root > Projects > Qualities/Aspects > Root

Previous posts to other subfolders had not changed.

After some testing…
I went back to edit the folder and discovered that when I edited the Page title name defaulted to Root instead of the actual Page name, but I had not noticed the 1st time. That's why it changed just prior to my adding a post. It happens each time I edit a CEDI page. Is this the default behavior?


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I'm glad you were able to track this down - you made this a lot easier for me.

Confirmed and fixed:
ocPortal – Entry: CEDI page edit screen loads incorrect data


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