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    JamesOD is offline Junior Member
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    Default side pane skinny

    I can not read fully half of the folders'/calendars' names because the side pane is too skinny. Can I drag the side pane so it is wider? If so how? There's what appears to be a spot to grab it and adjust size, but it doesn't do anything. And if there is a way to make the side pane wider will Zimbra remember how wide I like it next time I log in?

    If not this option would make the interface less frustrating. IMO something to consider.

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    I can grab that spot and drag it wider.

    No, Zimbra doesn't remember the setting.

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    I use Firefox and ie on a pc and can not use this feature. Any idea?

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    I think this works just since 4.5.5.

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