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I was very excited to see that parallel steps are now shown wrapped on the window, rather than scrolling off to the right of the screen in the browser. This is especially useful when I have a job that runs on 200 machines in parallel.
However, some of my team members have shown me that there are some cases where this makes it harder to interpret the results.
Is it possible to override this behavior, or even make it configurable per job?
Yes, please use below code in Administration -> CSS Customization:
Currently, it is not configurable per job or per user. You may file a ticket in our issue tracker.
@drdt Also, if possible, please show me why wrapped steps can cause harder to read in your case. I'll look into it to see if it can be improved here.
I apologize for not getting back to you sooner. Yes, we are using the new CSS and my users are happy.
please show me why wrapped steps can cause harder to read in your case
We have a situation where we run the same step on several platforms. When they are presented in parallel on the screen, it is very easy to scroll sideways and quickly scan for different behaviors. Whereas, if they are arranged vertically on the screen, it is harder.
As a comparison, try adding up these numbers: 4456 + 7800 + 74 + 931 = ?
And then try adding these numbers:
For me, at least, the vertical presentation of the numbers makes them easier to read and process.
Similarly, horizontal presentation of the steps makes them easier to read and process.