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  1. Alternatively you could add separate triggers for this purpose.

    Teams that use a replication workflow currently have at disposal only these triggers:

    before-replicationwrite
    after-replicationwrite

    before-replicationread
    after-replicationread

    They are however lacking any details about what was introduced in the replication.

    If you use them to connect for example with Discord, you will repeatedly receive "Replication write operation on myrepo" notifications that lack any details.

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  2. Possibility to set "Update and Checkin operations set files as read-only" per repository rather than globally would make easier for Artists that use different repositories for raw and cooked data assets to work with third party tools like Maya, etc.

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  3. This would reduce the amount of manual permissions work massively, as I feel I am battling the hierarchical system all of the time to allow things to be enabled properly.

    An example of this is when I'm trying to give access to just one branch.

    At the moment, giving the repository read / view access (which is required for setting up the repository) then enables that read / view permission for every branch. I then need to manually go through each branch, disable the read and view access and repeat.

    This persists down to the folders also, where we need…

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  5. Pretty self explanatory. As it stands right now, a repository is completely secure permissions wise until a new branch is made, which may expose that data to people who shouldn't have access.

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  7. I often find myself waiting for a teammate to finish with a file lock. It would be great if I could subscribe to a notification for the next time the file is no longer locked so I can sync it and begin my own work.

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  8. I'm unable to use Plastic SCM plugin in the latest version of Rider. The plugin is really helpful and time saving. I'm looking for new version of it :)

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  9. I think the search feature in the Workspace Explorer could benefit from being able to reason about file paths.

    Two examples in which productivity would be boosted:

    1) I have many config.ini files. If I search for "config.ini", I will find too many results. So I may want to search "MyFolder/config.ini".

    2) I have a full path for a file. I want to inspect the history of this file, so I just want to quickly jump to it in the Workspace Explorer. To do that, I would like to just copy paste the full path of the file in the…

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  10. When merging from one branch to another, in the Differences window, the only labels are "source", "destination" and the changeset for each. It would be much more helpful if it listed the branch as well, as it is sometimes easy to forget which was the source and which was the dest. Plus it serves as a google safety catch in case you merged the wrong direction.

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  11. Some texts become unreadable when using the dark-theme some colors in the tool - especially because of the flipped font color from black to white. E.g. the "Select source" button in the mergetool (See attached image)

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  12. Larger SVG files freezes UI if you happen to click on such a file by mistake.

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  13. Our user ids in active directory are 6 randomly generated alpha-numeric characters. It would be nice if we could configure Plastic to add, say, the "displayName" attribute in active directory next to the owner id wherever it is displayed. See attachment for example on the Properties tab in Branch Explorer.

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  14. Often I will want to share a list of my changed files in the pending changes window, but it looks like Ctrl+C doesn't do anything there. It would be great if when I highlight lines and then try to copy to my clipboard, it would export text of filenames (at least) or all the text in the selected rows as a text blurb I can then share with my coworkers. Thanks!

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  16. As an indie company, we find plastic awesome but expensive to pick for our development. We would consider it if it was possible to get a self hosted option that doesn't charge us with $23/user/month.

    Usually self hosted means cheaper not more expensive...

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  17. (The following text is specifically about read-only xlinks. I am not sure if it applies to writable xlinks as wel.)

    When I use Plastic, I expect that the contents of an xlinked folder in my workspace is updated at the same time that the xlink itself is updated. Plastic currently requires me to perform a workspace update to download the changes. Me - and everyone else on my team - find this behaviour counterintuitive. I would like to see the following changes in behaviour:

    1. When I create or modify an xlink, I would like that Plastic update the xlinked folder…

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  19. The "cm patch" command is able to yield diffs in the standardized "unified diff" or "unix patch" format as console output. However, there is no simple way to yield the same kind of console output for the Pending Changes.

    Our Linux users are demanding this, and they are surprised that it is not currently possible since they are used to this behavior from "cvs diff", "svn diff", "hg diff" and "git diff".

    We suggest adding this functionality to the "cm patch" command. All that's needed is to output the same kind of "unified diff" as usual, but based on the…

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  20. Hello, when pushing changes to a git repo the author field is the plasticscm username with no email. The git author field is formatted as "User Name user@email.com". It would be nice if on the push/pull dialog screen, there was an entry for the user to enter a proper git author value to the commits that are being pushed. This will allow for software like gitea and github to properly recognize the user who is the author of the commit. Below is an example of a git commit done with PlasticSCM:

    commit 001c43bcfcff911feb2eb87887de484f7d089e8e
    Author: jburkert <>
    Date: Tue Dec…

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