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Is it possible to add scroll bars to plugin windows that are too tall/wide to fit on the current screen?

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asked Dec 5, 2016 in Studio One Feature Requests by jascouk (580 points)
I'm noticing more and more VST instruments being released where the GUI will simply not fit on a standard 1366x768 laptop screen (e.g. Codex, Predator 2, Serum [unless you hide the keyboard]) inside Studio One. Studio One will just chop the bottom off such instruments. A scroll bar would make much more sense in these situations. This is especially frustrating when the plugin *nearly* fits but for the waste of vertical space in the Studio One plugin menu bar.

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answered Jan 11, 2017 by mattcaprio (147,840 points)
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answered Dec 11, 2016 by matthewgorman (51,990 points)
Thank you for your input into the development of Studio One.
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answered Jun 25, 2018 by jandziock (1,030 points)
Even though this is old, and almost got no up votes, i can only second this. Even in 2018, it's a problem with VST/i's which don't allow GUI resize, and are too big for laptops with 1367x768 resolution (especially as the top bar of Studio One's plugin window takes up a bit more space than in other hosts). Please consider to add scrollbars to the plugin window.