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I duplicated a workbook, renamed the file. The "Title" attribute of the document didn't update to reflect the name change. I don't see any way to change it in the Workbooks UI. I can change it in VSCode no problem.
Seems I should be able to edit the title perhaps in the new sidebar? Or it should check to see if my filename has changed and update accordingly.
I'm observing the same problem when using File > Save As. The title of the document didn't change anywhere but the filename on disk.
When I closed Workbooks and reopened the new file, I saw the correct name briefly, but when the document fully loaded it reverted to the old title.
In Workbooks 1.3, the title is determined by the title attribute in the YAML header.
This is initially set based on the file name you choose when you first save.
If you wish to change the title later, you must do so via the sidebar. On Windows, you double-click the page entry for the main page to be able to edit the title. On Mac you do whatever the native behavior is there.
Ah, thanks. I was clicking the top level title in the sidebar which doesn't work. Clicking the workbook title below the NuGet folder works.