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Empty Editor Screens

Hi, I am using providence 1.7.6 and while trying to add items in the "standard object editor" and after a save all my editor screens now only show the "Save" "Cancel" and "Delete" buttons on the screens.. Any help on solving this problem would be appreciated. I see from the scouring the forum and other sources that a similar problem occurred in an earlier version but was fixed.

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  • Did you edit the editor the UI itself?:

    Do you have any screen-level access control set up?

  • I have not knowingly edited the UIs if I look at the logs on these two UIs I see the last recorded changes were in March 2019. I could have inadvertently clicked on something I shouldn't have!!

  • I have been running as administrator and have checked in Access Control that all the relevant access roles boxes are ticked.

  • You'll want to make sure that screen-level access control is also not enabled and preventing the display.

  • Hello Julia,
    Thank you for the feedback but it seems somehow or other I must have corrupted my configuration file so I have done a fresh install and everything seems to be ok now. I will be more careful in the future.
    Eric

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