Magic ETL - tile now beyond scroll ability

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Jbrorby
Jbrorby Member
edited June 26 in Magic ETL

I'm not sure if something changed with Domo recently (upgrades or modifications), but I have a magic ETL and all of a sudden one of my tiles is hidden beyond the range I'm able to scroll to on the right side. So I cannot open this tile or grab it to move it. Very weird. Our ETLs get massive and often end up filling the entire space allotted, but I know for sure I've always been able to scroll and see this tile.

Anyone else have this?

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  • ArborRose
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    If you move the window to the left, and then stretch your window width a bit more, you should gain access to that part that you can't reach.

    Take the window out of full mode and do alt+{space}, then "m".

    I feel for you. I have a flow that fills the width as well. Not as "elegantly" as yours though. ;)

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  • JJohnson
    JJohnson Domo Employee
    edited June 26
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    You can minimize the scale of the UI within MagicETL from 0-200% What is it currently set to?

  • Jbrorby
    Jbrorby Member
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    I don't remember which % I was at, but I've tested it from 40-200 % with the same results. I may submit a ticket, but I just wanted to check here first.

  • JJohnson
    JJohnson Domo Employee
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    I would also confirm if it is occurring from another browser. However, if you have tested the scale and the issue is still happening. I recommend submitting a case with our support.

  • EricVanDerEems
    EricVanDerEems Domo Employee
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    @Jbrorby I'd say if your canvas looks like that you're probably reaching the limits of what should be done in a single ETL. A better practice might be to break some of these sections into their own ETL's and then use those outputs as inputs into a main dataflow that gives the same output as this. Just based on your screenshot it looks like you have a lot of different inputs that feed into it, are there any logical groups you could start to break this up with?

  • ArborRose
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    If you move the window to the left, and then stretch your window width a bit more, you should gain access to that part that you can't reach.

    Take the window out of full mode and do alt+{space}, then "m".

    I feel for you. I have a flow that fills the width as well. Not as "elegantly" as yours though. ;)

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  • ColemenWilson
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    I think what others have said are more likely, but I am curious if this has anything to do with the ETL mini-map beta. Are you a part of that beta? You'll know if you are if this map pops up in the bottom right of your ETL:

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  • Jbrorby
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    @ArborRose this worked. They usually start out as elegant, but then they just want more and more and more. 😄

  • Jbrorby
    Jbrorby Member
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    @ColemenWilson I do not see that so I must not be part of it. The most recent beta I took part in is the SQL tile under Utility in ETL