The main reason I am writing is this:
As I wrote an author: “On your other inquiry, there is a completed review form for each review, but in looking I couldn’t see that there actually was a document attached. In the old “look” there was a capacity for a reviewer to, in addition to completing the form, attach an annotated copy of the submission with comments, but in the new “look” I can’t see such attachments or the previous capacity to check a box giving the author access to the attachment. The option to include peer reviews in the editorial decision letter remains (and you received yours). The option to attach a file in the email with the editorial decision no longer appears, nor does the option to cc: or bcc: anyone in that email. It may be that in the new version, if the journal manager has invoked the requirement that a form be used in reviews, there is no longer a capacity to send attachments (perhaps due to the likelihood that the reviewer has failed to strip metadata from their attachment, making it too easy for the blind peer review process to be lost). I have created an Open Journal Systems forum discussion item with these issues.”
I think this describes the dilemma. One reviewer did the form and said “see attached” and in the 2.x if they did I could see it. Now, even though they may have submitted the review before the upgrade, I can’t see it, and assume it is lost in the ozone. If you don’t get the reference, it is a song written by George Frane, aka Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen, circa 1970.