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Using Wall Clock time and UI issues in new Yourkit version

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Using Wall Clock time and UI issues in new Yourkit version

Postby MichaelCohen » Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:18 am

Hi there,
I just started using the latest version after using one of the 2016 editions for a while, and I am frustrated by the UI changes.
Three questions:
1) Where in the Thread view can I set the clock at the bottom to read the wallclock time, not the uptime?
2) How do I change the timescale in the thread view?
3) How do I set the view in the Threads view to show me the threads without intervening text in each line? Each thread line is now two lines - one with the text for "Group, CPU time, started, finished" and then below it the actual coloured bar. How do I get rid of the Group, CPU time, etc line to see more threads on my screen?

The first two things you used to be able to do with a right click in the threads view, but I don't think that right click menu is there any more.

Thanks,
Michael
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Re: Using Wall Clock time and UI issues in new Yourkit versi

Postby MichaelCohen » Thu Jun 01, 2017 10:21 am

Another problem I am having is this:
Once I select a thread to look at the stack trace, I cannot scroll up and down in the thread view. Every time I scroll away from the selected thread, it snaps back to the selected thread. I cannot figure out how to unselect a thread.
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