This is the Bedrock edition command block UI. Each of the highlighted areas has a problem.
Red - Hover Note: The hover note is an interesting idea, but it is limited to a very small number of characters -- 15. Considering this is also used as the command block's "name" in chat, you are often limited to short character names.
Blue - Command: The command area is tiny, squished on the right side of the screen. If you reach the end of the line, you can continue typing, but nothing visually changes. That's right, you are inputting text that you can't even see. It's clear that is terrible design. It can be expanded by clicking the plus button, but that should not be necessary to read the simple command. Additionally, tab-complete does not work.
Green - Buttons: For some reason, all of these are dropdowns when they should be simple click-to-switch buttons. Currently changing a setting requires you to click, move the mouse, and click again. Instead of simply clicking.
Purple - "Done": It's hard to imagine a worse designed button that means "confirm." Clicking the X submits the command, and you have to click the big cancel button to cancel. Why is there no "done" button?
Yellow - Pointless Info: Ostensibly this displays the last state of the command block when it ran its command. This is entirely redundant and means nothing since command blocks don't change state during runtime.
For these reasons, I highly recommend upgrading this GUI to the Java version, which has none of these issues.
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