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Hi! I Just Spent Several Hours Of My Colleague'S And My Working Time Figuring Out Why I Cannot Enqueue An Experiment To A Certain Queue In The Web Ui. Turns Out I Just Needed To Scroll Down The List Of Queues, There Were Some Hidden Ones Below. This Is No

Hi! I just spent several hours of my colleague's and my working time figuring out why I cannot enqueue an experiment to a certain queue in the web UI. Turns out I just needed to scroll down the list of queues, there were some hidden ones below. This is NOT funny (actually, it is). For some reason, it's very counterintuitive, I didn't even think about scrolling. It might be because it displays only 6 queues at a time, and there is a lot of free space left to the end of the screen below, so it looks like these 6 queues are everything there are.

  
  
Posted 2 years ago
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MelancholyElk85 Thanks for calling this to attention. What do you think would have made it easier for you to notice the available extended list content?
I would assume that a "type to match" option would also have helped?
Appreciate if you could https://github.com/allegroai/clearml/issues/new/choose so this can be pushed forward.

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Maybe displaying 9 or 10 by default would be enough + clearly visible and thick scrollbar to the right

  
  
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