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Add existing module bug

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    There was a thread on old forum here : https://www.dnnsoftware.com/forums/...threadpage. I've noticed that this bug still exists in 9.4.1.

    To resume, when I try to add an exising module on a page with the copy option disabled, the page first load properly and the floating block appears. As soon as it appears, other modules are hidden (dispay: none added to each module). It doesn't include all the modules, some of them sometime are sill visible. If I confirm the insertion by placing the module on the page, all the hidden modules are then moved to the destination pane. If copy is checked, the problem does not occur.

    This bug seems to be due to the way DNN handles related modules when a new one is inserted. DNN should not take care of related modules when adding an existing module, especially if copy option is unchecked.



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      Found a closed issue on github https://github.com/dnnsoftware/Dnn.Platform/issues/2289. I've added a comment there.

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