Add a scrolling bar in the plugin tab in preferences

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  • SFA

    I can confirm that in my Win 10 system the box in question exceeds the displayable size if I have the text scaling setting set to 175%. 

    It is OK at 150% and below. Realistically, on my system, if the scaling is set beyond 125% it does not help to make the system usable. However I would guess that other screen resolutions and other configurations may have reasons to be using the larger %age scaling options.

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  • Bruno Petit

    In my system even at 150% it doesn't work. And at 125% Windows 10 is barely useable, the text and icons are just too small. This definitely seems to vary from one system to an other. Therefore a scroll bar would make it easier for anyone, regardless of one's configuration.

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  • SFA

    Bruno,

    I suspect the problem is more related to window sizing and/or positioning combined with the effects of scaling. 

    It's something  like a browser screen page scrolling requirement as currently presented on screen.  

    The Windows system standard for its similar views set the overall window size to ensure that the total box is always going to be visible and then provides a scrolling are within the window for the variable data content should it be required. Obviously part of that concept is missing in the Plugins tab of the preferences tool.

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