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On the user's task list there is a drop down value of items per page. This number is defined here: Settings > Applications > GRCM > Filtered List > Page Size
The display allows the user to select it, thinking they can amend the number, but they can't.
Suggest one of two options:
1. Remove the drop-down items per page / make is read only (i.e. no drop down)
2. Allow the user to select from system defined options for items per page. In practical terms we think the widest choices we'd want to offer would be 25 / 50 / 75 / 100, because the filter options allow the user to reduce the number significantly, and only oversight users are likely to have huge lists, but they will typically be reviewing charts / smaller sub-sets of data etc.
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