In latest Rasa X (0.25.2 and 0.26.0), in “NLU training” tab I can’t see anymore colors for categorical values / synonyms (while it’s ok if I downgrade to 0.25.1 as an example). I just see colors for entities/slots of type text/list. If I click on any word of the sentence, I see that values are properly recognized and the conversation is working fine too; it just looks like a frontend issue.
@erbo could you post a screenshot of what you mean?
Sorry, it’s not easy to explain it
I reproduced the issue with moodbot, adding a simple entity/slot with this config in my domain.yml file:
entities: - example slots: example: type: categorical values: - EX_1 - EX_2
After adding an example in my data/nlu.md like:
## intent:greet - hello [first example](example:EX_1)
If I write
hi first example in rasa-x, I see that the intent is recognized correctly and the entity/slot too.
If I go to NLU training tab I see that sentence, but
first example is not highlighted and annotated with a color like it used to be in older versions of rasa-x (see the attached screenshot).
Therefore it’s not easy to understand if an entity has been recognized correctly, without inspecting every single sentence.
If I annotate a word manually I see it highlighted and colored normally.
@erbo are you sure it’s actually recognising the entity? I can’t reproduce the behaviour you’re describing
Yes, I’m quite sure. I can use everything normally with rasa shell as an example, and testers are not having issues in real conversations. It just looks like a frontend issue.
In my real project (moodbot was just an example in order to reproduce the issue in a smaller project), I noticed it after upgrading rasa x.
Can it be maybe related to synonyms? Can you try adding these lines to your nlu.md? I forgot to mention it in the previous reply. Everything else is just the standard moodbot created with
rasa init .
## synonym:EX_1 - first example
Thanks and let me know if I can do anything else to help you troubleshooting!
@erbo you are actually right, when there’s a synonym it doesn’t work. we’ll look into it
I’ve created an issue which you can follow to keep track of our progress: Issue with rendering entities with synonyms · Issue #5436 · RasaHQ/rasa · GitHub