In risk of getting a discussion here: a long standing enhancement request is to highlight the current history item one is currently viewing.

Situation sketch: I often hide the history items panel to study results (displayed in middle panel) into detail, and when I bring the history item panel back, I often have to search which item I was viewing - no clue at all. It really annoys me, but I don't know whether this can be fixed easily, and how deep you need to dig. Anyway, you will make at least one person happy :-)

Cheers,
Joachim

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On 02/06/2013 02:16 AM, Matthew Paul wrote:
Dear Galaxy Project community,

I am working with a group of students at College of Charleston of South Carolina. Being interested in bioinformatics and software engineering, we chose to work on Galaxy for our open source class project. We are subscribed to the appropriate mailing list, have been accessing Trello and are becoming familiar with the Galaxy architecture. Our first assignment is to identify and fix a bug, but unfortunately the bugs reported seem to be going right over our heads.Where would be a good place to start, so that we may be able to contribute to your system (documentation, etc)? We are looking forward to your response.

Thank you,
Matt Paul

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Date: Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 8:10 PM
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