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mcando Super Contributor.
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Column N° and Rating in table

Hi , I want to show the Number (No.) column table option in a Folder but the option does not exist (nor the Rating option)
I click on the configure button next to filter list and edit column layout and I get a list of options but none of these two.
I also administer a Vibe 3.4, the method is different but I can add these two options.

Is there any method to enable them?
Thanks
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e-ebell1 Absent Member.
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Re: Column N° and Rating in table

Normally both columns are being listed under "Edit Column Layout".
Did you create a custom folder view? Or is it a standard folder view? If so, which one?
Sometimes resetting the layout settings helps. --> "Edit Column Layout" --> "Restore Default Settings".
HTH
Cheers
Erik
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mcando Super Contributor.
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Re: Column N° and Rating in table

Yes, I've tried restoring to default layout with no change. It's a common Files folder with no modifications at all. I've also tested it on https://vibe.novell.com with the same results.



e-ebell;2485836 wrote:
Normally both columns are being listed under "Edit Column Layout".
Did you create a custom folder view? Or is it a standard folder view? If so, which one?
Sometimes resetting the layout settings helps. --> "Edit Column Layout" --> "Restore Default Settings".
HTH
Cheers
Erik
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mcando Super Contributor.
Super Contributor.

Re: Column N° and Rating in table

Hi, I solved my problem, I had to edit the default Files form template located in Administration Console - Workspace and folder templates. There I found the 2 options I needed unchecked. I enabled them and it's working now on any new Files folder I create.
The already created ones remain untouched, but I can live with it.

e-ebell;2485836 wrote:
Normally both columns are being listed under "Edit Column Layout".
Did you create a custom folder view? Or is it a standard folder view? If so, which one?
Sometimes resetting the layout settings helps. --> "Edit Column Layout" --> "Restore Default Settings".
HTH
Cheers
Erik
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