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  1. Not really a problem (or a bug) but a minor annoyance. Assuming 125 and 150 DPI are commonplace settings (and even defaults, depending on monitor size/resolution), I'd expect the UI (any UI) to behave the same way as 100, without hiding stuff and adding the need for extra clicks. It seems like the space is available, although I can't be 100% sure on that. I know this is nit-picking, it's fine as it is. The main categories (Windows/Office) are promptly available anyway. Just thought I'd mention it.
  2. Would it be possible to adjust the interface for higher DPI settings? The screenshot is from 125% custom DPI - Windows 10. I've noticed there are no scrolling arrows in the top-right when using 100% DPI. Thanks.
  3. Thanks, the download manager is a fine solution. Symbolic links are nice too, but they probably don't apply in this case.
  4. Hello and many thanks for your helpful tool. I noticed the tool first downloads the files in the C drive (somewhere in the AppData\Local folder) and when complete, it moves them to the user-selected folder. Is it possible to change the location of this temp folder? If not, I hope you can consider it. It will help avoid writing those GB's to an SSD drive.
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