CLRT-73080 is listed twice in TEC605767
NOTE: A fix was originally implemented in Clarity 13.1.0 Patch #8 and Clarity 13.3.0 Patch #1. The fix was taken out in Clarity 13.3.0 Patch #2. Therefore, the fix is NOT implemented in Clarity 13.3 with the latest patch applied, however the fix still remains in the Clarity 13.1.0 Generic Patch.Due to a limitation in the V13 High Charts functionality we are not able to fully address the issue at this time. A redesign or new UI is a possible idea for consideration in a future release. The limitation of the High Charts means that labels in the legend area will be displayed in the format of "bubble color & data"; which cannot be separated.
Resolved in Clarity 13.1.0 Generic Patch. Reference TEC581256Open issue for Clarity 13.2*REMOVED* from Clarity 13.3.0 Generic Patch. Reference TEC605767
Keywords: CLARITYKB, CLRT-73080
May be it was fixed twice ?
How can you tell? Either it is fixed or it is not fixed.
Hello @urmas, thank you for bringing this to our attention and very good catch!
It is a simple repetition of the content, and your note has been forwarded to our Support team to be fixed so the repetition is removed.
The reason that the item is listed twice is because it was 'fixed' in an earlier release of the patch (release #1)
Then later it was 'removed' from the patch (release #2) and noted as such.
Patches are cumulative and if you were to look at the release notes, it is listed twice for the two separate versions of the patch and explained in more detail in the technical article.
Thank you Kathryn for this detailed and helpful explanation.
Thank you all for the education.
The answer to either it is fixed or it is not fixed is that it fixed, but the fix is not always there.
If you applied Clarity v13.3 patch 1 and then a later patch other than patch 2 say patch 8 would you still have that on your system.?
I was under the impression that you cannot uninstall patches/fixes can a cumulative patch do that? Ie if you install patch 2 over patch1 will the fix be there or removed.
If you have listing of issues fixed in in patch, is it relevant to list fixes that were initially there but no longer in the patch at hand?
BTW as the initiator of the thread I do not have a recollection of having marked an aswer as correct.
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