This is a minor issue, and may very well fall more under “feature request”, but I’d still like to get it out there.
I feel like the boundaries between the different panels, which can be gripped to resize things, are too thin on the Windows version. I am talking about (for example) this:
You will notice that the line between the binder (or rather, its scrollbar) and the content pane is one pixel. In order to grab the line to resize, you must position the cursor over that one pixel, or else you won’t grab it. This can make it rather annoying and frustrating when you’re trying to resize things, because hitting a one-pixel target is hard.
On the Mac version, the line is still one pixel wide, but the resize handle occurs over about 4 pixels (all to the left of the line, oddly enough). This makes it much, much easier to grab when needed.
I imagine this is because of how Cocoa renders windows, as opposed to QT.
What I suggest is (in the Windows version) to either somehow allow the resize handle to snap on a several-pixel area around that line, or to simply make the line a little thicker, so there’s something more to grab on to. I think this could probably be done without ruining the aesthetic effect, though obviously too thick would.
Just a thought, but it would be nice to not have to keep trying to get my mouse over that one single pixel horizontally so I can resize stuff.