[Release Notes] Browser Search no longer works

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#1

Problematic URL: https://help.sketchup.com/en/article/141303

Description of the Issue: Browser Search no longer works for Release Notes

Selected Version of SketchUp: SketchUp 2018

Selected Operating System: Windows


Using Chrome: 67.0.3396.87 (Official Build) (64-bit)

CTRL+F no longer finds anything at all if all version sections are collapsed.

If you know a certain keyword appears in a specific release, you can expand that one release and re-search and then get search hits.

If you have no idea what release version to target, or wish to search them all, … you have the daunting tasks of manually expanding 26 sections !

Suggest: A expand all “+” or “>>” button just above the top right corner of the block of version sections.


Other than that the page looks nicer.


#2

This is fancy technology just for the sake of fancy technology. Instead of collapsed content and arrow buttons and stuff, can we please just have a clear header hierarchy and one continuous text body?


#3

I might just have to expand all once and then copy the page to a local file for searching.


#4

Whoopsie! Can’t do this (ie, expand all at once.)

These new “expanders” are grouped like radio buttons, and only one out of the group can be expanded at a time. All others are automatically collapsed.

I’m going to end up having to edit the DOM using the Chrome Dev Tools, and then save a local HTML file.

@jody This is (in practice) not an improvement for the end-user !


There must be a better way. A wiki framework. Something searchable that allows better organization and is easier for the end-user to find information. (Especially developers.)



#5

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