Left panel has limited space when a warning is in the panel
When a warning such as a segment is part of a junction box a is displayed in the left panel the warning does not scroll away in the current WME beta. The previous behavior used to allow this warning to be scrolled away. The new behavior is for this warning to stay persistent. The new behavior makes it so there is very limited space to see the segment properties. This is especially problematic when trying to edit things like lanes where it is necessary to see what lanes are being assigned to each road.
The suggestion is to revert the current behavior to the previous behavior, let the warning be scrolled away.
Here is a video of the previous behavior- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1z-FAgdlmry3PcTV48Z-dzecBP4l_P3OR/view?usp=sharing
Here is a video of the new behavior- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iOcYFE_vhNCjJuToO8RrgTm6HMWqW-RN/view?usp=sharing
Thanks to all who have supported this suggestion! It is currently being worked on by the WME UX team, and we hope to have an update for you in the coming weeks.
Kodi75  commented
When adding Far Lane directions, one has to significantly reduce the zoom level of Chrome, as others have said, in part due to the "Junction Box" warning that doesn't scroll off the screen.
fuji2086 (Jason) commented
It is disappointing that this made it to production. This feedback was provided during the beta period showing this change can make the left panel completely unusable. Issues like this should be corrected before they make it to production.
LostInMyMaps - Volunteer Editor commented
Thanks for logging this suggestion. We did not ask for this UI change, we did not need this UI change, and the change does not add value. Stop messing with the UI for no reason!
Using the left panel with an error displayed, the new UI changes, and the English (Australia) language are unusable on smaller screens. The error messages have been customised to be clear and help editors overcome the errors.
See demo here: https://i.imgur.com/wkdR6PA.mp4