Re-posting this in the Commerce forums, per suggestion in the orignal post in the CMS forum. https://world.episerver.com/Modules/Forum/Pages/Thread.aspx?id=179606 . Re-pasted below :) Thanks for any help!
While looking at the list of variants at the product level in the CMS Commerce Catalog view, it seems that there is a hard height limit on the number of items Epi's UI displays. There is no scrollbar, and the number just cuts off at somewhere around 6-7 variants. The same thing happens for the media item collections (like images at the product level for example) -- the number of images visible in that collection stops at about 5, and even though you're able to add more -- you can't actually see them in the UI, as they hide behind-the-fold of the "drop images here" element.
This is all on Epi 10.4.2.0 project. Has anyone else experienced this? Is this a current bug?I feel like I ran into this with previous versions of Epi, but it was fixed, so I'm wondering if it maybe made a comeback in 10, or if maybe it wasn't fixed in the first place. Or, of course, if this is somehow unique to this specific project (though I highly doubt it, as no customizations to Epi UI there have been made..).
For some additional info, below is the screen cap for what I'm talking about:
You can see above that the media file collection displays 6 rows, but hides all additional ones (7, 8, 9, 10+) behind the fold of the "You can drop media here" UI element. They don't come into view below it either, they're just gone. If those image rows had actual non-broken images, each row would take up more height, and even less of them would actually fit on the screen before the rest are cut off.
I experienced the same behavior in the Variant view UI on the Product level.
P.S. Am I blind, or is there no way to upload images directly into a post in World, and I have to host the image elsewhere and link to it afterwards?.. sheesh.
I can confirm this is a bug. It happens when a catalog content has more than 6-7 assets. I will file a bug and we will look into this ASAP.
Thank you for bringing it to our attention.
EDIT: I did it wrong. It can be shown properly. Sorry for that.
Can you try to clear browser cache, and/or try to upgrade to a later version to see if it works?
Hi Quan Mai,
By "a later version" do you mean the browser, or Epi? And this also happened for different people, on different machines, and different browsers. But I will double-check that again and confirm!
By "a later version" I meant Episerver. By default we only support latest version of Chrome/Firefox, btw.
If it happens for other people on other machines, then it does not seem to be browser-related, so upgrade your site to a later version of Commerce and try again :)