So one of the project I used to work on recently got moved over to a different org. An org I am not a part of and won’t be at any point. Mostly this was just a left over project that I need to remove from my project list.
However, when I went to stop watching the project, it doesn’t let me. It shows in the special area at the top noting that I don’t have access to it (“Warning: Access Problems”) and has a slightly dimmer button. I would expect if this can’t succeed I wouldn’t be able to click on it (which would be a different problem because I don’t want to keep getting notifications for this repo). But I can click on it, it shows the spinning “I’m doing something” icon, but doesn’t actually do anything.
If I open up the browser console, I see the following:
Uncaught Error: No protocol method IDeref.-deref defined for type object:
Tested in Chrome and Firefox on Windows
Steps to reproduce:
- ?? Move a repo to an org you don’t have access to ??
- Go to Add Projects page
- Expand org to show repo you don’t have access to
- Click on “Stop Watching” button (dimmed for me)
Button works and I stop watching the repo. Or, I can’t click on it, it does nothing (and I have a different way to stop watching?)
Error in console and I do not stop watching