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  1. pme

    Mac Window

    When I went to adjust the bottom of the window by dragging, the window expanded right to the bottom, such that I couldn't see the search pane. I dragged the window to my second, larger monitor, but it expanded further, same deal. Dragging it back to my 1st monitor did not reduce it back at all, so after a couple of goes of this, I felt like I was in the middle of a bad fairytale, with the window getting larger and larger each time. Of course, every time I go to the bottom of the screen, I get the popup dock, but that's why I wanted to manually expand it to just a bit less. The way I resolved it was to call up the workspace again, recalling my original (and closing the expanded one). Any thoughts? Regards, Phil
  2. t's also annoying that I cannot open any saved workspace if I happen to close workspace by pressing Command+W too many times. Once the main window is closed, that's it. Please add Workspace sub-menu in the Window menu! It's annoying to open any Bible text or commentary just to be able to open saved workspace.
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