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Openplotter settings dialog window too small

when trying to add a I2C sensor or do anything that opens a dialog window in openplotter, the window is too small so the "ok", "cancel" and other infos are hidden. Even if I try maximising the openplotter setting window before, it still opens that small dialog window that cannot be resized.

Not sure if this is a Debian issue or openplotter but I have a feeling there's a way in Linux to force resize windows.. just can't find it on Google.

Anyone knows?



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You changed the Appearance Settings.
If you change Preferences->Appearance Settings->System Font: PibotoLT 12
it will work.
Got it working thank you very much!

In case I change this to bigger font for a small screen, there is no way to resize the window?

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