Is this fix supposed to be applied now? It’s not working on my forum ( 3.2.0.beta2-dev)
I don’t think it works on our forum either currently, but you could change the link to
/t/../pub/modeles-2d as a workaround for now. Just note that you’ll have to open it in a new tab, or refresh after clicking it if you do this.
I can’t seem to reproduce this and I’m on the latest beta and commit:
Can you update Discourse and try again?
I didn’t try before/after, but published page links work in my custom sections, and I updated Discourse today.
Thank you all, I last updated 15 days ago, so it’s possible it was fixed in the last two weeks. I will try again and report here after our next update.
I feel like we’re constantly racing against each other, Lilly
Sometimes you win, sometimes I do
I updated Discourse this morning. It’s not working, but I think it’s because the publication is originating from a private category (in the Staff section). Even if the publication is made public for everyone, it seems we cannot use it as a link in the sidebar.
It’s working fine for publications in non-restricted categories.
I don’t know if it’s a bug or by design, I just wanted to share my observation
As long as the published doc is set to be public and visible to everyone, it shouldn’t matter whether the source category is secure. I use an admin-only category. hmmm I still cannot seem to reproduce this.
That’s strange! Maybe it’s something else… I will try other things to see if I can isolate the problem for this specific publication.
Well, I think I found it. It’s a restriction on the name of the published page. It’s not valid if there is a NUMBER in the name! without a number, all is good.
Are you copy and pasting the URL? It can show up as red invalid if the link isn’t correct.
Glad you figured it out but I would not expect that reason.