Hmph, the forum software seems to have eaten my original reply to this, let's see if I can remember what I wrote...GBSpeedy1305 wrote: ↑Tue Jun 21, 2022 4:20 am Thanks for updating this awesome script so quickly after the huge change to the left panel.
I know staff haven’t finalised their work on the warning messages not being scrollable, so feel free to skip this suggestion.
we have customised the warning to be lots of text with useful messages for new editors. But seasoned editors who use FUME might only need a warning symbol or Padlock icon to remind them why they can’t edit rather than having the full message displayed.
at the moment without the warning being scrollable, in certain combinations it takes up almost the entire left panel and doesn’t leave room to actually edit. 2911A381-4F7C-4D72-9C32-53AC40280FFD.png
To help me develop a fix for this problem, it's useful for me to understand why it's a problem in the first place. For all of the other issues with the new segment panel UI it's obvious - when trying to *edit* the segment, the parts of the UI you need to interact with are now squeezed down into a far smaller area than they deserve to be, so giving them more space again makes sense.
But in this case, where the problem is being caused by an impressively verbose warning message explaining why someone *can't* edit the segment they've selected, I'm less clear as to why having the editable UI elements pushed out of the way is such a problem - what use does the user have for those elements if they can't edit the segment in the first place?