JSON files can be added to cards as attachments, but they are empty when downloaded from a card.
Server Setup Information
- Did you test in newest Wekan?: 5.90
- Did you configure root-url correctly so Wekan cards open correctly? yes
- Operating System: Ubuntu 20.04
- Deployment Method: snap
- Http frontend if any: Apache
- What webbrowser version are you using? Firefox (reproducible in Brave too)
- Have a JSON file, such as the example from Wikipedia. Name it
- Open a card in Wekan.
- Select + from the Attachments section.
- Select ”Computer” from the popup.
- With the JSON file now attached to the card, select to ”Download” it.
- Open the downloaded JSON file.
What I expect to happen
For the downloaded file contents to match the uploaded file.
What happens instead
The file is empty.
Nothing in either the browser console nor snap logs when the issue is triggered.
- Deleting the attachment seems to work.
- The issue can be worked around by renaming the JSON file prior to uploading to have a .txt extension instead of (or in addition to) .json.
Describe the bug
The email with updates from the last 24 hours lists identifications, and mentions the name of the user having made the ID. The name is apparently supposed to be listed three times (!), but the middle occurrence is ”untranslated”, resulting in it being rendered as ”User S” for all identifications listed in the email.
Tooltip text for the ”User S” string says ”translation missing: fi.user_s_id”, as I’m using the fi locale, but
user_s_id is nowhere to be found in Crowdin, nor in current
en.yml, so I suspect this is independent of the locale. The reference to
user_s_id is in
I don’t know if this is doable, but after fixing this broken reference, I’d remove the first (header) mention of the identifier from the email altogether, since it’s followed by a listing of all the new identifiers anyway, so mentioning just the last identifier’s name in the header is redundant and confusing.
Also, rather than fixing/adding the currently broken ”User S” reference in the source, I’d remove it too, since the identifier’s name is already listed (for the third time!) right after the ID.
- Subscibe to email updates.
- Have your observations identified in the last 24 hours.
- View the email update listing the identifications.
(A mockup of how the simplified view I’d prefer to receive. Sorry I didn’t have the email in English to base this on.)
I’m using Gmail with Brave if that’s relevant.