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Make the Evar/Prop Input Field Wider

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20-02-2020

It would be great if we could make the input field for the Evar/Prop string wider so you could see more characters. This would save time as it would reduce the number of times a user would have to spend moving the cursor further to the right and help make it easier to spot typos that are off screen when a user opens up the Set Variables component of a particular rule. 

 

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It is recommended that you use data elements, and then you can reference them repeatedly without worrying about typing errors.

 

 

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@Haran_Huang, the vast majority of our event based rules have values that are hardcoded like the example above and do not use data elements. Also, even when you are using data elements in this field, it still gets truncated with a (...) when your data element is longer than 27 characters. Since we have quite a few data elements whose names are longer than this, these would get partially obscured in the value field as well. 

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21-02-2020

Most of your  hardcode values ​​are fixed values, using Constant Value, you can fill in more than 40 characters.

 

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