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4/28/2017 12:43 PM
 

Aside from the bugs I actually quite like DNN 9.

I upgraded one of my sites to 9.1 this morning and I'm happy to see the disable page option is back (although it was always there via the SQL console anyways). The one thing I do really miss from 8.4 and earlier is persistent edit mode. I do find that having to switch into edit mode every time I want to make a change is significantly slower than it used to be.

Is there a plan to bring this feature back to DNN 9 in a future release?

 
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4/28/2017 2:50 PM
 
Hi Mark,
We are going to bring this back shortly. No later than 9.2, but I'm hoping we can squeeze this into the 9.1.1 maintenance release.

Thanks,
Will

Will Morgenweck
VP, Product Management
DotNetNuke Corp.
 
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5/1/2017 12:27 PM
 
That's great news. I like DNN 9 but I've really missed that feature.
 
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