• Ross Goldberg
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When we use the lightning:inputRichText component the outputted HTML is generating extra space between lines than what the user sees when editing their text in the component.  This behavior can be demonstrated using the example in Salesforce's own documentation here:

https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/component-library/bundle/lightning:inputRichText/example

Does anyone know how to prevent this behavior?  If not, is this a bug in the comonent?  If so, how are such bugs reported?

Example showing incorrect behavior
 
In Winter '18 we are not able to retrieve the recordId via the force:hasRecordId interface.  Has anyone else experienced issues with this interface in their Lightning components?  If so, do you know of any workaround?

Thanks,
Ross
Is it possible to reference components such as the Activity Timeline, which is a widget that can be added to Lightning Pages using the Lightning App Builder in custom Lightning components we build?  We would like to show an activity timeline in our component, but don't see anyway to reference the platform component.

Can we do this similar to how the chatter feed can be used?  forcechatter:feed
We have a custom Visualforce page that we use to override the "New" action on a custom object.  In the page we need to reference the ID of the parent record when adding a new record from a related list.  In Spring '17 we are able to access from the parameters of the current page reference.  In Summer '17 in the Lightning Experience it seems this parameter is no longer passed and we cannot determine the ID of the parent record.

Is there another way to get the ID of the parent record when overriding the "New" action?  FYI, we also use record types so the full list of steps to reproduce is:
  1. User Navigates to a record in LEX
  2. User clicks the "New" button from a related list
  3. User selects the record type
  4. Visualforce page (overrides "New" button) is displayed
Expected behavior:

ID of parent record is available via the parameter ending in _LKID

Actual result:

ID of parent record is no longer available in Summer '17

Note: In SF Classic this code still works correctly in Summer '17



 
When we install our package in a Summer '17 sandbox org we get an error stating our main component is not found:

org.auraframework.throwable.quickfix.DefinitionNotFoundException: No COMPONENT named markup://ascendix_search:Search found

Is this a known issue with Summer '17 or has there been a change in how components should be defined?
In Winter '17 we are able to include in a managed pacakge a "Lightning App" that pre-defines tabs to include.  From the Lightning App Manager in a subscriber org (where the package is installed) if we edit the app it allows us to remove "Selected Items", but when we go to save the changes we receive the following error:

An error occurred while trying to update the record. Please try again. Cannot modify managed object: entity=TabSetMember, component=null, state=MANAGED_INSTALLED - tab

Is this a platform bug or simply, a limitation, or not yet a supported action?

Thanks,
Ross
When we install a managed package our permission sets are missing the system permissions defined in our DE:
  1. System Permissions hasn't been populated after package was installed.
  2. System Administrator can't edit System Permissions after deployment from managed package

Is this by design or should we be able to deploy system permissions?

Thanks,
Ross
I have created a custom action on a custom object that launches a Visualforce page.  It works great, but I am unable to export the XML behind the action.  In Eclipse if I Add/Remove metadata components it is in the list, but when I select it nothing exports.  I have also tried using the ANT tools and did a bulk retrieve by type "QuickAction" and while it is in the list of records to export I see this message:

[sf:bulkRetrieve] package.xml - Entity of type 'QuickAction' named 'ImagesPage' cannot be found

Are there any tips to getting actions pointed to Visualforce pages to export?  I need to update our source repository with the XML in order to propogate the change from one DE to another.

Thanks,
Ross
In Winter '18 we are not able to retrieve the recordId via the force:hasRecordId interface.  Has anyone else experienced issues with this interface in their Lightning components?  If so, do you know of any workaround?

Thanks,
Ross
When we install our package in a Summer '17 sandbox org we get an error stating our main component is not found:

org.auraframework.throwable.quickfix.DefinitionNotFoundException: No COMPONENT named markup://ascendix_search:Search found

Is this a known issue with Summer '17 or has there been a change in how components should be defined?
In Winter '18 we are not able to retrieve the recordId via the force:hasRecordId interface.  Has anyone else experienced issues with this interface in their Lightning components?  If so, do you know of any workaround?

Thanks,
Ross
When we install our package in a Summer '17 sandbox org we get an error stating our main component is not found:

org.auraframework.throwable.quickfix.DefinitionNotFoundException: No COMPONENT named markup://ascendix_search:Search found

Is this a known issue with Summer '17 or has there been a change in how components should be defined?
In Winter '17 we are able to include in a managed pacakge a "Lightning App" that pre-defines tabs to include.  From the Lightning App Manager in a subscriber org (where the package is installed) if we edit the app it allows us to remove "Selected Items", but when we go to save the changes we receive the following error:

An error occurred while trying to update the record. Please try again. Cannot modify managed object: entity=TabSetMember, component=null, state=MANAGED_INSTALLED - tab

Is this a platform bug or simply, a limitation, or not yet a supported action?

Thanks,
Ross
When we install a managed package our permission sets are missing the system permissions defined in our DE:
  1. System Permissions hasn't been populated after package was installed.
  2. System Administrator can't edit System Permissions after deployment from managed package

Is this by design or should we be able to deploy system permissions?

Thanks,
Ross