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Open user admin to specific user/group? - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Is there a way to open the user admin interface with a specific user/group already loaded, using a specific URL or URL parameters for the user admin UI?

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Re: Categories and Archives components; Social Collaboration AEM 5.6.1 - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
We did not. I haven't had a chance to try it in 6 yet to see if this behavior has changed.

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Categories and Archives components; Social Collaboration AEM 5.6.1 - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
We have a client using out-of-the-box Social Collaboration features for a blog. We've noticed that when using the "Categories" and "Archives" components on a blog entry (e.g. on any page for which com.adobe.cq.social.blog.Blog.isEntry() would return true), the output of those components is blank. This is masked in the sample template since blog entries do not display the right-hand column where these components would show up, but this is a very limiting problem in terms of the typical layouts th...

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editbar performance issues AEM 5.6.1 - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
We have a set of components for which we are using editbars rather than rollovers for various UI reasons. On a single page we may have around 40 components with these editbars. In AEM 5.6.1 we are seeing a significant JS performance issue when switching from edit mode to preview mode, as well as a few other use cases. The core scripts are taking anywhere from 30 to 60s to run and often trigger the browser's "unresponsive script" warnings.Some profiling suggests that for the approximately 40 edit...

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