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Copilot Lvl 2
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github-slideshow - Step #7 (Using VSCode)

I am running throough the slideshow training and am using VSCode.  In step 7, the steps say to:


"The first comment on your pull request will have the default text of No description provided. Click on the ... icon located at the top right corner of the comment box, then click on Edit to make an edit"


The version of VSCode I'm working on doens't have an elipsis in that area, it has a pencil icon and in order for the icon to show up, you need to hoover your mouse over the comment field.  Not an issue but maybe the instructions need to be updated so people using this version of VSCode dont get confused.


VSCode versions:

Version: 1.33.1 (user setup)
Date: 2019-04-11T08:27:14.102Z
Electron: 3.1.6
Chrome: 66.0.3359.181
Node.js: 10.2.0
V8: 6.6.346.32
OS: Windows_NT x64 10.0.17763


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Commander Lvl 2
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Re: github-slideshow - Step #7 (Using VSCode)

Hi @drsparks68,


Welcome to the Github Community Forum!


The github learning lab lessons are not mean to be follow on vscode and all the reference are related to github web interface.

Also this is not a issue of github, it's the rappresentation for Pull Request of vscode.

If you want you can ask to replace that by post a issue on the VSCode github page: VSCode issue page




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Copilot Lvl 2
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Re: github-slideshow - Step #7 (Using VSCode)

Which is kind of strange when the training asks you if you want to use VS Code....


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Commander Lvl 2
Message 4 of 5

Re: github-slideshow - Step #7 (Using VSCode)

This change everything... so the problem is the creation of the text by the bot I think. Maybe @hectorsector or @crichID  can give you a better answer than me.

Message 5 of 5

Re: github-slideshow - Step #7 (Using VSCode)

@drsparks68 thank you for bringing this to our attention! I'll open an issue to make this adjustment in the course.


Have a great weekend!