Issue with UI not reflecting changes made to the code

I’m encountering an issue where changes I make to the code in n8n are not being reflected in the UI. This problem occurs whenever I add or modify any elements, styles, or functionality in the codebase.

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Make changes to the codebase, such as adding new elements or modifying existing ones.
  2. Save the changes and reload the application.
  3. Check the UI to see if the changes are reflected.

It looks like your topic is missing some important information. Could you provide the following if applicable.

  • n8n version:
  • Database (default: SQLite):
  • n8n EXECUTIONS_PROCESS setting (default: own, main):
  • Running n8n via (Docker, npm, n8n cloud, desktop app):
  • Operating system:

Don’t get the point. Can you provide a workflow that has an UI issues?

Dear n8n Community,

My Setup:

n8n version: 1.33.1
Installation method: npm
Operating system: Windows
EXECUTIONS_PROCESS setting: Unknown (I couldn’t locate this setting)
The Issue:

I’m attempting to make changes to the SigninView.vue component, such as:

Modifying the title text
Adding a new button
Changing the login button text
However, the UI isn’t reflecting these changes after I make them in the code.

Code Snippet:

this.FORM_CONFIG = {
title: “Hello Ram”, // Uncommented for testing (original commented out)
buttonText: this.$locale.baseText(‘auth.signin’),
redirectText: this.$locale.baseText(‘forgotPassword’),
inputs: […],

Troubleshooting Steps Taken:

I’ve tried clearing the browser cache and using incognito mode.
I’ve restarted the n8n process after making changes.

Request for Help:
why the UI changes aren’t reflecting and how I can successfully modify the SigninView.vue component. Additionally, if there are recommended approaches for making UI customizations in n8n, please share them.

I suppose you need that one

I flow the same instructions facing issue with provided images

could you help me out off this

Well, the docs quite old.

To use workspace, you need to install pnpm

@bartv fyi, there are old instructions out there