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PostPosted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 3:42 pm 
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I often find it annoying that the area of the main window where AP shows you the images it has loaded (the "group panel"?) only shows two rows of images and can't be resized vertically. I'd like users to be able to grab the bottom of the panel and drag it down so you can see more rows of images.

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Aeriscera wrote:
I often find it annoying that the area of the main window where AP shows you the images it has loaded (the "group panel"?) only shows two rows of images and can't be resized vertically. I'd like users to be able to grab the bottom of the panel and drag it down so you can see more rows of images.

I agree totally.

This is something I first asked for years ago.

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would be interesting to know why this is still not available / was not realized.
Because working with programming Environments (like: MS Visual Studio) dealing with Windows GUIs this in general is only a flag to be set to allow the window to be resizable....

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