When (please) the new format is updated/fixed/reverts to what worked, PLEASE unhide the information under the "Document Information" tab.
Every day - on multiple platforms - I have to show someone where to find the information that was previously in plain sight.
See, for example, https://community.familysearch.org/en/discussion/119485/nyc-marriage-certificate-numbers-missing#latest
I don't understand why websites do this: are they afraid of exceeding some sort of magical pixel limit by actually ::gasp!:: showing something?
Goodreads is the worst offender, so I call it Goodreads Syndrome. (You go to an author's answer, and it grudgingly tells you that there have been N comments. So you click that N and it even more grudgingly shows you ...the latest 2. Truncated. So then you click "View All N Comments", and it shows them -- truncated. You then have to individually click "more" at the end of Every Single Comment to actually see them. N+2 clicks just to read what could easily be shown on the answer page with exactly zero clicks required.)1
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FMP recently hid their "Report an Error" button under a button "More Actions." Report an Error is the ONLY item under "More Actions."3
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