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Welcome to the CollectiveAccess support forum! Here the developers and community answer questions related to use of the software. Please include the following information in every new issue posted here:

  1. Version of the software that is used, along with browser and version

  2. If the issue pertains to Providence, Pawtucket or both

  3. What steps you’ve taken to try to resolve the issue

  4. Screenshots demonstrating the issue

  5. The relevant sections of your installation profile or configuration including the codes and settings defined for your local elements.

If your question pertains to data import or export, please also include:

  1. Data sample

  2. Your mapping

Answers may be delayed for posts that do not include sufficient information.

CollectiveAccess 1.7.6 released

Versions 1.7.6 of Providence, the CollectiveAccess cataloguing tool, and Pawtucket2, the public access interface are now available. The updates includes the many bug fixes and a smattering of new features. You can learn more in the change log.

You can learn more by reading the release notes for version 1.7.6. When you're ready to try it out, head to the Providence and Pawtucket2 download pages.


  • Thank you very much, great news!
    change log link doesn't work.
  • Try it again please. Does it work for you now?
  • Works now, thx!
  • Thank you very much!
  • We just updated, and I'm no longer able to scroll up/down. (There is one view that I can, but no other pages have a scroll bar showing up). Can you help?

  • edited July 2018

    Okay, never mind. It's sorted.

  • Since updating to 1.7.6, I've lost the ability to see my dimensions.
    I'm using a version of the umma profile.

    I've since added into the ca_objects.dimensions template box:


    It worked well prior to the update. Any advice is welcome!

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  • Hello, we have 1.7.5 version now, does it whorth to update to 1.7.6?
    Thank you!!

  • In a general sense, yes just because it is easier to keep up with the updates. As it turns out, my problem was specific to the instance that I started out with, and easy to remedy.

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