Sometimes my mouse shows that it is adjusting a scroll bar height, but when clicked and dragged it adjusts pane width.
Observed behavior: With the mouse over a scroll bar and within ~4 pixels of a pane divider, the visual feedback is proper for a scroll bar hover-over but a click-and-drag adjusts pane width.
Expected behavior: When moving the mouse over a pane divider, the pointer shows the two vertical lines with horizontal arrows, and a click-and-drag will adjust that pane’s width. When moving the mouse over a scroll bar, the pointer shows the standard mouse icon and the scroll bar darkens to an intermediate grey; a click-and-drag will darken the scroll bar and will adjust the position of the content in that pane.
This is using Scrivener 220.127.116.11 (trial) and Windows 8 with a standard pointer scheme.
(Under suspicion that this is caused by the framework, I went to the Qt issue tracker and looked through the first fifty hits… and found that I have no idea what the gizmos are called and so I can’t do a worthwhile search. I’d be happy to file a report with them if someone could point me to another Qt application I could test with and also point me to a reference for their GUI terminology.)
I’m new to Scrivener–great program, very glad I found it, and my many thanks to all the developers–meaning that my inexperience with the software or ineptitude in searching previously reported issues could be to blame. Please let me know if I’m doing something wrong, missed an existing report, or could help with testing, feedback, or in any other way.