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#23136
Scroll down / up the list? 2 Years, 2 Months ago  
How can I scroll down / up the list, respectively show the parts not being shown: i.imgur.com/2KmbNji.png
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#23140
Re: Scroll down / up the list? 2 Years, 2 Months ago  
It's a bit difficult to see from the tiny image but the event list probably goes below the desktop area. Try moving it upwards until it is fully visible. The scrollbar will appear automatically when there is more content than would fit inside the window.
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#23143
Re: Scroll down / up the list? 2 Years, 2 Months ago  
Sorry for that tiny image.

I see, you just can move it with the mouse.

The panel is more than twice the long of the visible part: i.imgur.com/1JoezI9.png

Is there a way Rainlendar automatically just could add / go on showing the missing part(s) on the left / right side (near the visible) part?
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#23151
Re: Scroll down / up the list? 2 Years, 2 Months ago  
Usually you should not have so many items in the alarm window. You should dismiss or snooze the alarms which do not require immediate actions. The actual event and task list windows support scrolling so you can define a maximum height for them from the windows' settings (Windows->Settings->Event List).
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#23154
Re: Scroll down / up the list? 2 Years, 2 Months ago  
You should dismiss or snooze the alarms which do not require immediate actions.
Actually I would like it to have the dates shown in the list and not hide them (dismiss / snooze) because the are important at the moment or so.

The actual event and task list windows support scrolling so you can define a maximum height for them from the windows' settings (Windows->Settings->Event List).
Thank you, yes, I did. Scrolling with the mouse wheel does not work? Or is there anything I have to set? And scroll bars are never shown, if I am right or is there a setting to show them?
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#23164
Re: Scroll down / up the list? 2 Years, 2 Months ago  
Scroll wheel should work when the scroll bars are shown. Note that the alarm window does not have scrolling enabled so it will just grow even outside the screen if there are enough items in it.
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