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Weird stacking bug 4 years 9 months ago #29974

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Here's what I have:

1) Smart List stacked by Series Group
2) Open Smart List and open stack called "The Amazing Spider-Man"
3) Click on a completely different SmartList
4) Click back to first Smart List
5) First Smart List stack is messed up. The stack now only shows 1 issue from The Amazing Spider-Man and the name of the stack is the name of the issue. Clicking close stack returns you to the top level and you have to re-open The Amazing Spider-Man to see all the issues.

Things I've noticed:

1) This happens on multiple stacks in my Smart List stacked by Series Group, but not all stacks. In fact, it's the minority.
2) It's always the same stacks and it's reproducible every time on these.***

***EDIT: On stacks right around 60 issues it happens sometimes but not always. I can't say I've seen it below 60 issues so that might be the magic number.

3) Switching the list to stack by Series eliminates this behavior completely.
4) It does not matter which other Smart List you switch to. When you switch back to the one stacked by Series Group the bug appears.
5) I deleted and re-created the Smart List and the bug persists.
6) The stacks that are affected all have large issue counts, 60+
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Re: Weird stacking bug 4 years 9 months ago #29977

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Yes, I can confirm this bug on this huge stack:

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Re: Weird stacking bug 4 years 8 months ago #30348

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Unable to reproduce this with "Stack by Series"?
Does this only happen with stacking by "Series Group"?
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Re: Weird stacking bug 4 years 8 months ago #30351

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Yes. I do not have the issue with Stack by Series, only Series Group.
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Re: Weird stacking bug 4 years 4 months ago #34638

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This bug has me ready to pull my hair out. cYo, you're my only hope!
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Re: Weird stacking bug 4 years 4 months ago #35469

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Bump
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Re: Weird stacking bug 4 years 1 month ago #36920

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Re: Weird stacking bug 3 years 5 months ago #39523

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Still happening in latest version. It's extremely aggravating because when I switch away from a Smart List that is stacked by Series Group and back again I have to close the current stack and reopen it. Then I have scroll back down through hundreds of issues to find my place again.
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Re: Weird stacking bug 3 years 5 months ago #39539

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If it is causing you grief maybe try copying your series group data into a custom field and stacking by that instead.

You could use a simple Data Manager ruleset for the copy and do them all in one hit.
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