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Radio, DAX, and CAT Control Panels need a vertical scroll bar and scaled down in size

David
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edited December 2016 in New Ideas
The control panels for DAX and CAT are not functional on lower resolution screens with the lack of a vertical scroll bar. The Radio panel does not fit completely on a 1080 screen making it such that you have scroll to get to features and loose sight of others when you do. The DAX and CAT on lower resolution screens with the items at the bottom it is not possible to bring them into view and check settings or make adjustments to them.

The addition of a vertical scroll bars on the DAX and CAT would resolve this issue. Being able to toggle All, active/streaming only, available only (2,4, 8) slices would help. Likewise modifying size of the items the Radio panel slightly so they would all fit on a 1080 screen would seem to make a lot of sense to avoid the need to scroll. This could be done by making the header for each half the size tightening up the space between the meters. There are additional items that could be done on the interface to make it smoother and more flexible to use depending on the operator but these should fairly simple and quick.

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