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  • [6.12.2] Unable to change boot order of Docker containers

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    Unsure if this was present in 6.12.0 or 6.12.1, as I went from 6.11.5 to 6.12.2


    On the Docker UI screen, you used to be able to drag and drop (or there was a grabber on each line item) to set a preference for which order your Docker containers booted up.  That appears to have regressed in 6.12.2 and is completely missing.  I also tried advanced view and multiple browsers (Firefox, Chrome), and there appears to be no way to order docker container startup order anymore.  I also tried multiple color themes (black and gray) and they all resulted with lack of ability to change order.


    This isn't an issue of display order preference, there can be an importance of docker containers being dependent on a correct state of a prior docker container to startup properly.

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    3 minutes ago, JorgeB said:

    Click the green lock, top right, and you'll then be able to drag the containers.


    Well, on the Gray theme, it's not a green lock, and it's in the sidebar, and really not obvious.


    This seems like a bug to me.  As I understood it, the lock/sorting was for display purposes, but for docker, it has implications to the containers it's running itself, and isn't something that should be stored at the browser/cookie level.

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    After testing, it does appear to save the order outside of the browser.  I still feel this is a bad UI decision, as it's not at all obvious in a case where order actually does matter and is not a preference.  At the very least, the lock should be present on the page content itself.

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