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  2. JENKINS-35263

non resizable Execute Shell text filed leads to clutter in job configuration page

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      Execute Batch text field is dynamic width text field with width set to expand to show all chars in the text field. General problem is if text filed consists long one line entries (eg. command lines with multiple input parameters), this field is expanding towards right side of the screen.

      This field is anchored together with other options so all controls on right side of the screen (all Advanced... buttons, all text fields) are dragged to the right edge together with Execute Batch field.

      In some cases (our jobs with pretty complex and long commands) this leads that Batch Command filed is expanded beyond right side of the screen ( > 1700px) together with other controls and fields. Job configure page becomes problematic to be used.

      Solutions:

      • make Batch Command text filed the same as Execute Windows batch so user can expand manually
      • undock text filed from rest of the css/table so really long text field will not drag other controls.

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            omka Paul Walter created issue -
            omka Paul Walter made changes -
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            Description Execute Batch text field is dynamic width text field with width set to expand to shaw all chars in the text field. General problem is if text filed consists long one line entries (eg. command lines with multiple input parameters), this field is expanding towards right side of the screen.

            This field is anchored together with other options so all controls on right side of the screen (all Advanced... buttons, all text fields) are dragged to the right edge together with Execute Batch field.

            In some cases (our jobs with pretty complex and long commands) this leads that Batch Command filed is expanded beyond right side of the screen ( > 1700px) together with other controls and fields. Job configure page becomes problematic to be used.

            Solutions:
            - make Batch Command text filed the same as Execute Windows batch so user can expand manually
            - undock text filed from rest of the css/table so really long text field will not drag other controls.
            Execute Batch text field is dynamic width text field with width set to expand to show all chars in the text field. General problem is if text filed consists long one line entries (eg. command lines with multiple input parameters), this field is expanding towards right side of the screen.

            This field is anchored together with other options so all controls on right side of the screen (all Advanced... buttons, all text fields) are dragged to the right edge together with Execute Batch field.

            In some cases (our jobs with pretty complex and long commands) this leads that Batch Command filed is expanded beyond right side of the screen ( > 1700px) together with other controls and fields. Job configure page becomes problematic to be used.

            Solutions:
            - make Batch Command text filed the same as Execute Windows batch so user can expand manually
            - undock text filed from rest of the css/table so really long text field will not drag other controls.
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            oleg_nenashev Oleg Nenashev made changes -
            Link This issue duplicates JENKINS-27367 [ JENKINS-27367 ]
            oleg_nenashev Oleg Nenashev made changes -
            Resolution Duplicate [ 3 ]
            Status Open [ 1 ] Resolved [ 5 ]

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              omka Paul Walter
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