re-sizing windows (10 Merged Votes)

Jeanne
Jeanne Member ✭✭
edited July 15 in Display/UI (Windows)
I've mentioned this in other sections, but not in this ideas section. So here's hoping...
Please, after decades, can we not re-size the Customize window for a report? The worst part is the Categories tab in that window (where to maximize frustration, at least 20% of the real estate is utterly wasted), but just re-sizing the window itself would help.
Ditto for the Split Transactions window.
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  • Chaimlavan
    Chaimlavan Member
    When those of us with older and/or weaker eyes set our monitors for larger print, it means that window for bill reminders and downloads make it impossible to see and checks on the main display. it could be solved by allowing us to size those windows not a difficult fix.This is an ADA issue.
  • Jim_Harman
    Jim_Harman SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    To illustrate this problem, which Category do I select to get my Employer contribution and not my spouse's?



    You can hover over the category to see the full name, but it would sure be nice if they just made the Select categories box and selection list wider, using up the wasted space at the right.
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  • Brian Biggs
    Brian Biggs Member ✭✭✭
    Upvoted this one. Especially the ability to re-size the Split Transaction window. Maybe even change the default size when it opens, remembering what you set it to last time? So we can actually see all the text for long memos and long category names.
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  • Phil Burton
    Phil Burton Member ✭✭✭
    A lot of the Windows are not expandable, e.g. the Customize windows in reports. Make them expandable in both directions.
    Been using Quicken (and TurboTax) since DOS days in 1990s.
  • evilknieval
    evilknieval Member
    The lifetime planner Assumptions input  is another great example-tiny text and a tiny window. Horrifically designed.
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