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From "Pablo A. Osso" <pabloo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Any way to store the expanded/collapsed state of the tree?
Date Mon, 08 Mar 2010 18:06:08 GMT
Hi,

There's a property on .../bin/jmeter.properties:

#Should JMeter expand the tree when loading a test plan?
#onload.expandtree=true

Tip: If you press Ctrl + - (minus) you can collapse the tree manually.

Regards,
Pablo


On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 3:00 PM, David Levine <eniveld@gmail.com> wrote:

> This is a fairly trivial JMeter question, but it's been really annoying me
> every time I open a test.
>
> By default, JMeter expands the entire test tree, which makes it generally
> impossible for me to navigate around a large test.  So the first thing I do
> every time I open larger a test, is spend an annoyingly long amount of time
> collapsing a whole bunch of nodes in the tree so that I can see the major
> parts of the test in one screen.
>
> Does anyone else get frustrated by this?  Am I doing something wrong?  One
> way to fix this would be to store the expanded/collapsed state of the tree
> along with the test tree itself, so that you can restore the tree to the
> same expanded/collapsed state.  Does this make sense, or is there another
> way to do this, or should I just leave the tree fully expanded and deal
> with
> it?
>
> David
>

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