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Zoom of <100% in Sidewise cuts off the panes' right parts (with scroll-bars and the on-hover-buttons)

Max Muster 8 years ago updated by Joel Thornton 7 years ago 1

This might especially be confusing when the user intended to zoom the page he's visiting but accidentally had sidewise focused.
I'm not sure if this is also caused by standard zoom settings.

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This is interesting. On my Windows machine, increasing the zoom level of the sidebar scales everything up and still "fits" everything in the available horizontal space, as I think one would expect. Are you still seeing this problem after the new version (just released, 2012.11.23.0)?

I think being able to zoom the sidebar is a good feature in general to have -- as long as it works properly -- for those folks who find the sidebar font size too small.

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This is interesting. On my Windows machine, increasing the zoom level of the sidebar scales everything up and still "fits" everything in the available horizontal space, as I think one would expect. Are you still seeing this problem after the new version (just released, 2012.11.23.0)?

I think being able to zoom the sidebar is a good feature in general to have -- as long as it works properly -- for those folks who find the sidebar font size too small.

Everything still fist, when I zoom in ("make bigger", >100%), but when I zoom out ("make smaller, <100%) a certain part is cut off on the right (and I can't "reach" the scrollbar in the Notepad pane or the close- and hibernate-on-hover-buttons in the Pages pane).
I'm now havong Sidewise 2012.11.23.0 and Chrome 23.0.1271.95 m on Windows 7.