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Removing the call to SPLimitedWebPartManager.SaveChanges fixes it, but I can find no way of using SPLimitedWebPartManager.MoveWebPart anymore - since it requires SaveChanges to be called for it to work. There was not a problem in my code in SP2010, nor SP2013; until SP1 was installed.


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As Waqas Sarwar MCSE mentions, this is very easy to do programmatically. You need someone with the following skills: HTML, CSS, XML/JSON, Javascript. Create a script webpart on the SharePoint page and give your developer the following piece of code: _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("myCustomFunctionName"); function myCustomFunctionName() { ...


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Unfortunately, SharePoint doesn't provide this sort of functionality out of the box. Luckily, SharePoint is flexible enough to allow for custom solutions that can solve this issue. You have to write your own piece of code to get this done.



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