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1. The archive type can't find your calendar structure unless it's at the top level of the outline. So I'm editing the Archive menu by hand.
2. Redirect nodetypes should be more powerful. If the walk goes through a redirect node, the page we redirect to should have the remaining path added to the end. This way one redirect node can work for an entire site. My workaround was to use a tool in the OPML Editor to do the redirect.
Observation: The reason Trex programming is so hard is that there is no ability to step through the code as it's running. If you're learning it, as I am, having the ability to watch it run makes a huge difference. Also makes it hard to fix problems. It's been many many years since I've not been able to step through code as it's running.
In the last update, after closing the Edit Attributes dialog, we made sure that the visible display of comments agreed with the state of the isComment attribute. But we introduced a side-effect that caused an isComment attribute to be added that the user didn't add. While this didn't change the way the outline worked, it was annoying.
The fix was to only set the display of comments, not the attribute, if the attribute was undefined.