Some feedback on the new WebGUI in version 22.214.171.12426+
1. Slow and jerky scrolling in Safari on MacOS Sierra. My Mac is a high-end machine (4ghz CPU, fast VGA card) and the old 7.3 Gui was very fast and smooth. Scrolling performance is a bit better in the new Firefox 57 on MacOS but again, the old 7.3 was a lot faster.
2. Can you please remove the "add sensor" button from every single device line (it appears after the last sensor on each device). It takes up space, there is a blue button in the right pane already, and it was not there in 7.3 (doing right mouseclick on a device, then select "add sensor" was fine. Let's face it, after a device is properly configured 8all 48 switchports for example), how often do people add sensors to it. It's not like your network-switch suddenly has more ports, to name an example.
3. In XL view, in device-trees where devices have a single sensor (mostly ping), every device now occupies 2 lines instead of 1 like in v7.3. One line with the sensor and below that the "add sensor" button on it's own line. A list of devices therefore take up twice the screen real-estate compared to v7.3 (in XL mode).
4. The "M" view-mode is basically unusable due to the few characters that can be displayed on the one line that is shown. A sensor called "Disk free C:" is readable but a sensor called "Datacenter Temperature" is truncated to "Datacentr". The longer names are only completely visible when hovering over the sensor with the mouse-pointer. The are also visible in "S" mode and in the "L" and "XL" modes.
Thank you for making the move to HTML5. It looks great, but the things above need some love and tweaking in my opinion.
Kind regards, Steven Rodenburg