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  1. An option to "collapse/fold unchanged code fragments", similar to the option on Rider IDE's diff view, would improve A LOT the readability and quick searching of differences inside Plastic's diff view. Currently, this is the only reason I still use the "Plastic SCM Rider integration" (which slows down Rider IDE), instead of fully working on my diffs via PlasticX's diff view.
  2. In the previous Plastic GUI, in the Changesets view, the current changeset I'm working on is very obvious to see, as it's differentiated from the other ones by using bold text. In PlasticX's Changesets view, it's not obvious what's the current changeset I'm working on. There's no visible difference between my current changeset and all the other ones.
  3. Dear Plastic SCM Community Member, Are you interested in helping Unity improve its merging and collaboration tools? We are recruiting participants for a 1-hour usability study between September 9 - 15. We are looking for participants who have experience working in Unity as a part of a team. If you are interested in participating, please take this quick survey to see how you meet our target audience. We are excited to hear your valuable feedback. Thanks! https://unitysoftware.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6uvDDpWU8F1o6Md Thank you, Alyssa from the Unity UX Team
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