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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-56639

when viewing a pipeline in blue ocean, please stop auto opening console log of failed step

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      If I look at multiple pipeline executions by using the "<" or ">" buttons (or any mechanism), the graph starts to draw but then it all disappears because the loading automates opening the build log of a failed step, and most users's build logs are at least a few pages long, which pushes the pipeline visualization off the screen.

      This is a poor UI experience. I understand the intent – it's a convenience to bring attention to a failed step, I suppose.

      A better user experience would be: highlight the failed stage on the graph, and maybe even highlight the failed 'step' in the list of steps, but leave that step log widget collapsed – don't auto-expand it, which is what is ruining the UI experience.

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          kutzi kutzi added a comment -

          Yes, please! This is so annoying.

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          kutzi kutzi added a comment - Yes, please! This is so annoying.
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          b1zzu Davide Bizzarri added a comment -

          I agree, it's really annoying

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          b1zzu Davide Bizzarri added a comment - I agree, it's really annoying
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          pete312 Pete Moore added a comment -

          I agree. This slows the UI process especially if there are many steps that fail with a  catchError wrapper.  Another point is that most of the auto open will fail if there are too many. So to be able to suppress it in a pipeline would be great.

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          pete312 Pete Moore added a comment - I agree. This slows the UI process especially if there are many steps that fail with a  catchError wrapper.  Another point is that most of the auto open will fail if there are too many. So to be able to suppress it in a pipeline would be great.

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              borisivan boris ivan
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