Is it just me, or is anyone else finding navigation difficult with the narrow, hidden scrollbars in v6.0 Beta 2?
It appears that the scrolling is only activated when clicking on a hidden scrollbar hotspot, but especially when editing a panel, it’s not easy to find the hotspot to scroll down and access further options.
Do you have scrollwheel on your mouse or scroll with the touchpad? Is there a reason you want to grab the scrollbar handle? That is usually only relevant for super long pages and you want to quickly go down. The queries and options views are not very long.
The 15" laptop screen resolution is 1366 x 768, and therefore need to scroll down to access features that are below screen height, such as Min Time Interval, Relative Time etc, in the full screenshot below.
Current version of Google Chrome (Version 72.0.3626.109 (Official Build) (64-bit))
Windows 10 Home.
As you can see from the gif screenshot in the post above, they are hidden until selected.
We are using Grafana on a touch screen. So there is no mouse input, only touching the screen.
And it is almost impossible to catch this thin scrollbar with a finger.
Is there any option that this can be configured somewhere.
Usually, users intuitively trying to scroll panels by dragging in the middle of a panel, like moving the content up, but this ends up with selection of the content (if there is text).
Maybe there is a way to disable text selection within a panel?
I am using a trackball with no mousewheel. This is usually no problem, but Grafana makes it especially hard. I would support a profile configuration option, where one could select that scrollbars are wider and don’t hide.