Please adjust the Camtasia-window-size so that, the 'Horizontal Scroll Bar' is also visible, with 'Medium (125%)' option, in Windows 7.

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Please adjust the Camtasia-window-size so that, the full window including 'Horizontal Scroll Bar' is visible, while selecting 'Medium (125%)' option (Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display) in, Windows 7 64 Bit.

I'm using 'Camtasia Studio 9' with 'Windows 7 Ultimate, 64 Bit' OS. My screen resolution is set to 1366 x 768 and display is adjusted to 'Medium (125%)' option (Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display).

'Medium (125%)'.



The 'Horizontal Scroll Bar' of 'Camtasia 9' is not visible, while selecting 'Medium (125%)' option, and it can't be used. 

'Camtasia 9' window (Medium (125%)).



It is visible only by using 'Small (100%)' option.

'Small (100%)'.



The 'Horizontal Scroll Bar' of 'Camtasia 9' is now visible.

'Camtasia 9' window (Small (100%)).



Hence please adjust the Camtasia-window-size so that, the full window including 'Horizontal Scroll Bar' is visible, while selecting 'Medium (125%)' option.
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Qwerty

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Qwerty

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Please give a vote for this one. :)
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Everything looks a little bigger in 'Medium (125%)'. It is much easier to see the indications of time, on the timeline and hence lessened strain to the eyes.

I had used Camtasia 8, while enabling 'Medium (125%)', and the entire Camtasia window, including its horizontal scroll bar, fitted well on the screen.
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Hi and thanks for submitting your idea!

As outlined in our New Community Processes post, feature requests are open to voting up through the 1st of the month (this month is slightly different, due to the holidays) where we will then tally the votes and present the findings to our product teams. To ensure we have the most accurate data, on the 1st of the month we will be locking the threads that were listed in the Feature Request Round-up that was posted on the 15th. Once we have reviewed the submitted feature requests, our product team(s) may respond to the request, and if that is the case then that thread will then be unlocked for further discussion.

In the event that your idea is not selected for a response feel free to resubmit the idea and share it with your colleagues to garner as much exposure as possible!

Thank you again for your idea and we look forward to hearing more from you!

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Hi Qwerty!
I just wanted to let you know I spoke with the Product Team about this and it is actually a bug (and as such, I have changed this to a "Problem") that will be addressed in a future update. Unfortunately I don't have a timeframe for the fix, but we will be addressing it moving forward.

-Robert 
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Qwerty

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Thanks, Robert :)
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Perhaps related: @Robert, you'll note from @Qwerty's second screen capture there are no arrows on the sides of the horizontal scroll bar, meaning you can only leap an entire screen width at once. This is really a pain when editing. Why would the incremental movement arrows no longer appear? It's not a screen width thing - it's true on my 1600x900 as well as my 1920x1080. (9.1.0 build 2356, 64-bit; I waited until after the upgrade to write this, hoping it was to be resolved in this build.)
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Well that's odd... I was signed in under an account called Camtasia, and I can't seem to get it to prompt me to use my own TechSmith account. When opting to sign in using my TechSmith account, it just signs me in using this bogus one, without asking for my credentials. Sigh...
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Dave O'Rourke, Senior Software Engineer

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@camtasia,

Your TechSmith account gets you into multiple sites, including this one.  So when you sign out of this site, it doesn't sign you out of all of them, just this one.  When you try to sign back in, clicking on the TechSmith Account button, if you watch the address bar, it will hit https://signin.techsmith.com briefly, and if you're logged in there, it will redirect you back here and log you in.  This is a single sign-in workflow, and it's meant to reduce the amount of times you need to log in to related TechSmith sites.

So how do you sign out and sign in to this site with a different TechSmith account?  The key is that you need to log out of the identity provider, which is https://signin.techsmith.com for TechSmith accounts.

To log out of this site and log back in with a different TechSmith account:
1. Open a separate tab, go to https://signin.techsmith.com (which may redirect you to https://myaccount.techsmith.com which is expected) and sign out there.
2. Sign out of this site (https://feedback.techsmith.com
3. Sign in to this site (https://feedback.techsmith.com).  Since you signed out of your TechSmith account in step 1, you will be prompted to sign in, and you can choose a different TechSmith account at this point.

I realize this is not obvious.  But that's the way it works.  Hope this helps.