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I would like to suggest some changes to fold down section in Dadman software;
Is it possible to make it VERTICAL and dynamic instead of Horizontal?
I have 24 fold downs used in the profile (even more waiting to get there) and it takes so much horizontal space in the middle of the GUI while above it, there is just blank grey rectangle that become even wider if adding more fold downs. Waste of very valuable screen space.
thank you, Nenad Simsic
DADman 184.108.40.206b, Mac Studio Ultra, Mac OS 12.4.
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