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Keep requests visible when different tabs are selected

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24-05-2021

The previous version of the debugger keeps all the requests open when changing tabs in the browser. The current version shows only the requests for the active tab.

This creates extra steps in the workflow when working between two or more tabs and the debugger window. This is often required when validating variables in an Adobe Analytics workspace while testing a page. Leaving the tab also collapses the request so it has to be re-opened and then scrolled to the right to see the current hit.

It would be better if the request would stay open, even when the active tab is changed. It would also be better if the focus remained on the most recent hit, rather than adding them outside the window so that they have to be scrolled to.

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25-05-2021

Thank you @Don_R ; we will discuss this request and keep you posted.

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26-05-2021

This is the same problem that I am having with the new version. 

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04-06-2021

Agreed. This feature requires extra steps in my workload. Previous version layout was much more user friendly.

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04-06-2021

YES!!

It is SO annoying that the information disappears the second you move off the website.  I have 3 monitors going; one with the debugger, one with the website I am debugging and one with Workspace.  I am constantly having to refresh my webpage to get the information back in the debugger, which is super inefficient! I have to clear calls and start the experience all over to make sure I have the right number of calls firing since the information doesn't stay put and I had to refresh prior.  It throws my counts all off and takes longer.  It should never go away.  Just keep populating additional report suites below like the beta debugger did.

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04-06-2021

@jnkametz If you return to the tab with the site you are debugging, the information should re-appear in the debugger. It will be collapsed and you still have to open it and scroll all the way over to see the most recent hits (extra clicks and scrolling in the workflow - also annoying - but at least you don't lose the train of information).