We’re have a an Octopus project with approx. 40 variables that we have to define per tenant per environment. Every time I make changes, I’m struggling a bit to see for which environment I’m updating variables.
One of the issues is that the 'accordion’s that have the Environment name in them don’t really stand out that well. By giving them a contrasting color, I think this can be improved upon in a rather simple way. I’m not very good at picking colors, but to show the concept:
What would be even better if you could assign this color per environment as part of the environment settings. That way, I can give each environment a different color and also use that for the variables. That would also address my second problem in one go: Once the environment name has scrolled off-screen, it’s hard to see which environment I’m updating:
What would be even fancier, is if the accordion with the environment name would remain in views while you scroll vertically through the variables until you’ve reached the end of the list for the environment, then it can scroll off the screen again.