When only one character is entered in the Annotation comment, Post button is not enabled. However, we can hit enter to add the comment.
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We were able to reproduce the reported issue “Post button not enabled when only one character is entered in the annotation Comment” and suspect this to be a defect. We will validate it and update further details in two business days.
We have confirmed the issue "The Post button is disabled if the annotation comment has only a character or if copied text is pasted into it" and logged it as a defect. The fix for the issue will be available in our upcoming weekly NuGet release on April 05, 2023. You can track the status of the issue through the following link.
Disclaimer: "Inclusion of this solution in the weekly release may change due to other factors including but not limited to QA checks and works reprioritization."
We have fixed the reported issue "The Post button is disabled if the annotation comment has only a character or if copied text is pasted into it" and the fix for the reported issue was included in our latest weekly release v21.1.38. Kindly upgrade to that version to get the issue resolved.
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