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  1. When I try to checkin files, I keep getting the error: "the specified data could not be decrypted" I was able to fix the problem once by checking in my changed files one at a time (but that doesn't always work) and once by restarting my computer. Not sure if the second one works all the time, but even if it does, that is time consuming and avoids the actual problem. Any idea what may be happening?
  2. When a workspace has pending changes and the branch it is on has newer commits, the GUI provides the View New Changes button, allowing the changes to persist and resolve against the changes made. This is useful, as it doesn't require a new changeset to be created and local changes are retained. Does such functionality exist for branch switching? Often in our workflow, there are a common set of changes that can occur locally that prevent us from discarding if we want to switch to a neighbouring branch. It seems that such a workspace change would follow the similar process of resolving the changes without necessitating a commit, is that correct? Possibly a command line option could resolve this outside of the GUI also.
  3. Buenas días Tras actualizar a la versión de Macox que en breve se liberará la release final y he detectado que Plastic ha dejado de funcionar. Cuando voy a la vista de Cambios pendientes me sale esta pantalla La versión de Plastic que uso es: 7.0.16.2562 (Extreme - More Than Words) Creo que ya pasó lo mismo con la versión High Sierra. http://www.plasticscm.net/topic/20394-pending-changes-broken-on-high-sierra/ ¿Podéis indicarnos si saldrá en breve fix con la compatibilidad al 100%? Gracias Saludos
  4. I'm using Plastic 6.0.16.1614 on Mac OS and have just upgraded to High Sierra and it looks like the Pending Changes window does not work. So on one project which had some changes, the window shows nothing other than the blue 'Finding changes in the workspace...' box at the bottom, and I've left it hours. As another test I created a workspace for a small repository that was not on this machine and changed to the latest change set which correctly got all the files, however pending changes shows the whole directory '.' as being deleted: Also if I edit a source file it does not show up. I also unticked the Miscellaneous option 'Compare file contents instead of timestamps', but this made no difference. A tad stuck....
  5. Hi, So this error (photo below) appears when I try to check in my pending changes. However, when I go to the item (photo below), it does not say it is checked out by me. Is there anyway to fix this? Cheers, Theresa
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