As of last week, I now have to click a message to expand JupyterHub notebook cell output. I’m using 3.4.3. Apparently this is a known bug that was fixed as of 3.2.5.
After running a cell with ANY output, the message says:
Output of this cell has been trimmed on the initial display. Displaying the first 50 top and last bottom outputs. Click on this message to get the complete output.
I believe this is a setting in *Settings > Advanced Setting > Notebook > " The maximum number of output cells to be rendered in the output area." (or just search “max” in the settings search box).
When I change the default “0" to anything else, such as 10, it reverts back to 0 after I close the settings tab and run a cell.
Entering “10” and then pressing “Return” does not move my cursor out of the field. Same for shift+return. I have to use my mouse to click somewhere outside of the field. I can then see that “10” is still set, but when I go to a notebook and run it, I see the “click me” message still.
I don’t see a way to save my edited setting.
I tried to stop the server, logout, log back in.
I must be missing something about how to save this setting change.