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All versions and changelog of ListAttachments

VersionChanges
ListAttachments_2.5.0BETA2.js
Size: 12.6 KiB
Downloads: 1358
Date: June 24, 2016
  1. Fixes a bug where the script fails for Read-Only users because SP.Ribbon.js is initialized too late
ListAttachments_2.5.0.js
Size: 12.6 KiB
Downloads: 129
Date: August 1, 2017
  1. Fix: The bubble will no longer disappear right away in Internet Explorer
ListAttachments_2.5.0BETA1.js
Size: 12.5 KiB
Downloads: 233
Date: June 1, 2016
  1. Almost completely rewritten to make it more robust and efficient
  2. Fixed the issue in IE where the bubble pops up and disappears immediately
  3. Changed from SOAP to REST to minimize the payload and speed up the whole process of retrieving the required data from the server
  4. Lots of other little fixes and improvements
ListAttachments_2.4.js
Size: 13.3 KiB
Downloads: 1687
Date: April 7, 2015
  1. Added support for grouped views
    ListAttachments_2.3.js
    Size: 13.2 KiB
    Downloads: 709
    Date: July 28, 2014
    1. works now with Newsletter list style
      ListAttachments_v2.2.js
      Size: 11.3 KiB
      Downloads: 351
      Date: March 21, 2014
      1. Bugfixes
      ListAttachments_v2.1.zip
      Size: 7.5 KiB
      Downloads: 194
      Date: February 27, 2014
      1. added compatibility with quick edit mode
      2. bubble style overlay
      ListAttachments.zip
      Size: 6.2 KiB
      Downloads: 220
      Date: February 27, 2014
      1. initial release

      11 comments

        1. The box style is very different from the default or other styles with normal rows. It would require quite a bit of work to make it compatible. I might implement that in the future.

      1. Hi, I'm using SharePoint 2013 and both the latest versions of this script don't work. Any idea why? I have an ID column and an attachment column visible.

        Thank you :)

        1. Hey Tatiana, without additional information it’s hard to tell why it is not working. Any error messages in the console?

          1. Unfortunately no, no error messages pop up at all. It's just not working – when I hover my mouse over the paperclips in the list nothing happens.
            Here's exactly what I did:
            1) I downloaded the ListAttachments_2.4.js script.
            2) I uploaded it to a Scripts library.
            3) I copy pasted the code you gave in the article into a script editor webpart.
            4) I replaced the generic URL there with the URL of the script in the library.
            5) I saved the page and boom… not working. No error message or anything.

            I'm curious if there's any step I've missed. (I'm really not good at programing and scripts and all that stuff so there might be something)

            1. Alright, next try.. There was indeed a bug for ReadOnly users. For some reason a file required for the script to work is loaded later than usual, which causes the script to fail with this error in the console: "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'NativeUtility' of undefined". Please download BETA2 and give it another try. And just in case: the ReadOnly user must have the Use Remote Interfaces permission on the site, not just the list.

      2. Hi
        I have the same issue as Tatiana. I am using 2.5 beta. it does not work in IE 11 and Chrome.
        There is no error message.

        please advise!

        Thanks,

        Ruiming

      3. Hey,

        Great stuff! However, I have still problems 2.5.0Beta2 using IE11. It works fine in Chrome, but most of my users use IE11.

        The problem is as mentioned above that the pop-up bubble dissapears quickly, it only flashes up. Sometimes it stays though but only when the mouse is placed exactly in a special place.

        Any ideas how to solve?

        Thanks
        Clas

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