Resolving attributes from a SAML proxy

Max Spicer max.spicer at
Thu Oct 7 10:51:13 UTC 2021

An issue for me with that new page is that I can't use the browser search
(ctrl-f) to find text within the collapsed sections. I imagine that this
was also the case with the tabs though. This does make it harder to find
what you need some times.

I've seen some web pages with collapsed sections where Chrome is still able
to search within the sections and highlight that they contain matches even
though they are currently collapsed.

On relatively small pages such as that one, I think I would prefer to just
have the sections expanded by default, but I can see how this could be a
problem on particularly large pages. I like to be able to quickly scan
through a page and the hidden sections are a barrier to this.



On Thu, 7 Oct 2021 at 11:16, Rod Widdowson <rdw at> wrote:

> Keith,
> > >    The reference section is empty.
> >
> > It's not, but the tabs are apparently not accessible if you're not
> getting that content. It is slow though, so it's also possible
> you're
> > jumping the gun too. Either way, Rod is I think proposing we abandon the
> tabs, but that's going to take a while. It is very hard
> to come
> > up with a way to concisely document the volume of settings.
> I have converted that page [1] to what may become the new standard (no
> slow-to-render tabs and expanding sections instead).
> If you have a moment I'd appreciate knowing (either in here or via direct
> mail) whether it's any more accessible.  If we are making
> things less (or no more) accessibly than now we need to revisit this
> (again, again).
> Thanks
>         Rod
> [1]
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