Df not updating
Doing some additional testing (deleting a repo, removing an organization) show that those aren't update either.
I believe the list of repos/organizations should refresh each time you open the clone repo window.
The Handbook editorial team is currently updating Handbook versions 5.0, 5.1 and 5.2 for a planned release of Version 6 in 2018. Senior Scientific Editors Julian Higgins and James Thomas have reorganized some material to include recent developments.
There are also several new chapters including writing a protocol, equity and specific populations, complex interventions, network meta-analysis, and synthesizing findings using non-statistical methods.
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The Handbook includes guidance on the standard methods applicable to every review (planning a review, searching and selecting studies, data collection, risk of bias assessment, statistical analysis, GRADE and intepreting results), as well as more specialised topics (non-randomized studies, adverse effects, economics, patient-reported outcomes, individual patient data, prospective meta-analysis, qualitative research, reviews in public health and overviews of reviews).
Official translations of the Handbook are also available in Spanish and Simplified Chinese (see links above right).
If you fork a report on github after you've already logged into the VS Plugin, when you try to clone the new repo it doesn't show up in the list.I would dig into the code, but the Community addition does not allow you to work on VS extensions. The list of repos gets loaded from cache and periodically refreshed, but the refresh rate might be a bit on the long side, which ends up looking like it never refreshes. VS community edition is what I use to develop, so you can definitely use it to build extensions @warthurton Thanks for the report!The list of repos gets loaded from cache and periodically refreshed, but the refresh rate might be a bit on the long side, which ends up looking like it never refreshes. VS community edition is what I use to develop, so you can definitely use it to build extensions 1 for this, I had the same issue today.One is a user mode with basic access privileges, and the other is a mode with administrator access privileges (AKA super user, or root).Some tasks can’t be performed with basic privileges, so you’ll need to enter them with super user privileges to perform them.