I have the following strange behaviour when using Sharepoint Designer to edit files on my sharepoint:
- I upload a new CSS-File.
- I use said file in a script editor -> everything is fine
- I change the CSS file in Sharepoint Designer -> change gets applied
- I change the file again in Sharepoint Designer -> no change visible
- Repeat 4 inifinite times
- Next morning -> change applied (maybe earlier, but I usually just ragequit till the next morning)
The CSS is in the Style Library. But it doesnt matter, happens in each and every folder of my site. In the style library version control is disabled by default. In the web interface it says "Last modified: A few seconds ago" which is correct. If I click on the file it shows me the unmodified version. If I check the response headers from the HTTP-Request it says "Last-Modified: <time of first change>". So while somewhere it seems to have stored the correct change date the server somehow still sends me the old version.
Other people that first visit the site see the new version, if I change it they keep seeing the first version they have encountered. As this is in all browsers (so changing the browser between first and next visit) it is not cache related (i tried with deleting the cache of course).
Minimal dowload strategy is disabled (one of the first things i do every time i create a new site). Could it be another 'super' feature that is enabled that causes version control to go nuts even if there aint no version control? Could it be an issue of the server (sadly i have no access to the server but then i could just dump it to IT :D)?