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There's no way to hide the scroll bars. They don't even hide when the canvas size is smaller than the window.

I never click on a scroll bar to move around. The space bar is way more efficient. It'd be great if there's an option to hide the scroll bars entirely.

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I don't think this qualifies as a bug. It sounds more like an improvement request, to me.

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2 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

I don't think this qualifies as a bug. It sounds more like an improvement request, to me.

I agree that it's more of a feature request. Paintshop Pro auto-hides it until needed.

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9 minutes ago, GabrielM said:

Generally, a bug is something that prevents you from doing something.

That’s a bit of a sweeping statement, Gabe! :o There might be something purely cosmetic, or a typo in a menu that doesn’t actually prevent the option being used, but it would still be a bug (albeit a trivial one). Having said that, I agree that the behaviour under discussion isn’t a bug.

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Yep, most of what I wrote should fall into the feature request category, that's why I wrote "It'd be great if there's an option to hide the scroll bars entirely."

I filed it as a bug because the scroll bars hide on mac if the canvas is smaller than the window. I hope it behaves the same on Windows.

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