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  1. Can the 'Show Associated Files' dialog launched from the Request View - Email action, include the description text as shown in the Request View - Attachments? We often have a number of similar files attached to our requests and we use the attachment descriptions to differentiate. Cheers Martyn
  2. After deploying the new service manager build with the new request email view, we are no longer able to access the browser based spell checking features and the right hand click operation is captured by the email editor component. How do you access the browser right hand click operation to get to the spell checker, when editing emails? Cheers Martyn
  3. The request email view - CC/BCC do not automatically expand/appear when adding connections, as they used to do with the original view. Can this be behaviour be reinstated. Cheers Martyn
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