In v4.0.1 using legend as table always gives a vertical scrollbar. If I make the panel larger, even full screen, the scroll bar does not go away. In 3.1.1 I did not observe this behavior; the vertical scroll bar was only shown when really needed.
Easy to reproduce, here is a screenshot from play.grafana.org:
I edited the panel on the left to have a table with values below so you can see the issue occurs if table is below or on right side
strange, looks to be some kind of bug in chrome 54, cannot replicate in any other browser. Tried to find the cause / change some css but everything looks to be in order. Very strange.
Also getting this same bug in Chrome 49.
I'm getting this in Chrome 54/55 and Firefox 50. Its worse in Firefox because its not picking up the scrollbar style so it can overlap the metric text.
been troubleshooting this, no idea why this started showing and all my attempts to get rid of scroll bar so far has not worked :(
Thanks for looking at it @torkelo . It seems like such a little thing, but I have downgraded to 3.x until it gets resolved because of the mess it makes of the visual appearance of my graphs. I hope you are able to figure it out.
Issue here in Chrome 55.
No issue in Safari 10.0.2 / Firefox 51.
fix(graph): fixed graph legend issue with always visible scrollbar, f…
@torkelo the scrollbar is now gone, but the legend is no longer scroll-able it just increases the legend height, is this intended?
fixed in 44b7a26
@torkelo Thanks, will this be added to 4.1.1? I tried 4.1.0 (Windows) but it seems it was built yesterday.
@trevorndodds Yesterdays windows release of 4.1.0 was a misstake.. (and never announced) Sorry about that. The latest build contains the fix for this issue.
Or not... Looks like we will have to make a 4.1.1
thanks, 4.1.1 fixes the growing table but the original issue of the scrollbars being present is still present in this update.
seems impossible to get rid of it.
Was gone on chrome on mac when we tested yesterday. But I do see it on chrome on linux
So we're considering this closed as unfixable?
I'm still getting this on Chrome/Firefox on Mac.