Hey guys. I was just wondering what would be the general upper limit to max nodes in one tab?
Reason I ask is I was reading some best practices and it mentioned to keep them as small as possible.
I do understand that but I find it somewhat annoying that I can’t close the tabs up top after I am done working on it (maybe you can but i can’t figure it out). Since I cant close them I tend to group similar flows together in 1 tab.
For example I have a tab of “inside climate” in there 7 big flows each with about 40 nodes ~ 260 total. I find that even though my raspberry pi is reporting it has plenty of memory , disk (its not running on SD its on SSD through USB2) and CPU power left the UI interface is slow/laggy because it has to load a LOT of chart data. Would splitting the flows into a different tab help? I dont think it would
Only 2 solutions for me come to mind- better hardware or more efficient flows (trying to work on)
Also is there a way to close a tab? then reopen it from somewhere to resume working?