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It seems you are using a cached version of SPWeb object. Try creating new SPWeb object and retrieving SPList and SPViews. Also try recycling SharePoint Timer Service.
If you add your webpart using xml (like in the .webpart files) you can add the following property <property name="ShowTimelineIfAvailable" type="bool">False</property>
The property that you are looking for is Target Audience in the web part properties. Create a new view with the filter based on the creators groups. Create a new page or edit your existing page and add both views in that page, one below the other. Set the Target Audience in web part properties of the page. The target audience so works that if it is ...
You'll have to edit the page in SharePoint Designer. Browse to the view you want to add the treeview to. Edit the page in SharePoint Designer — then Click Advanced Mode. Add a table to PlaceHolderMain with one row and Two Columns Move the Existing Webpart Zone (the one that contains the view) and allits content to the second ...
If you have a SharePoint task list where the task is assigned to a SharePoint group, you may notice that the My Task list does not show tasks even if you are a member of the group of which the task is assigned. Fortunately, there is a simple fix. It does require SharePoint Designer though. Open SharePoint Designer and then open the My Tasks view of the ...
Go to List Settings(Discussion List) -> Under Views -> Click on Threaded View -> It will navigate to the respective Edit view: Check the option Make as Default view After click ok, you can see the view option in Edit option
someone else suggested that this was a bug in Feb 2015 updates and can be worked around by changing the style of the view to anything other than the default. I hope this helps someone
I think I posted the original question in a confusing way, anyway I found the answer at this link: Create a custom CSS "sitecontents.css" and deploy it with a feature. I haven't try yet.
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