Scroll bar overlaps spinners
Steps to reproduce:
- open Inkscape
- open the "Fill and Stroke" docking window
- open any others docking windows (e.g. "Layers", "Align and Distribute",...). The idea is to fill the right side of the Inkscape's main window, so a vertical scroll is required to navigate and get to all those docking windows.
- draw a shape and select it
- go to the "Fill and Stroke" docking window and try to increment "Blur" or "Opacity"
Spinner button gets partially covered by the scroll bar. It happens in Gnome and using a Full HD monitor. Obviously, the bigger the screen the less chances this to happen. Same applies if only a docking window is open, then no vertical scroll bar appears. But it seems to me that Gnome 3.xx, plus a Full HD monitor, and more than one docking window open is a pretty common scenario.
This is pretty annoying and hinders productivity.
See the video below.
What should have happened?
Spinners should be placed where don't interfere with the scroll bar.
In 0.92 version this doesn't happen because only one docking window is maximized at a time. I think this is not the solution either because having to maximize a docking window each time you need it is very unproductive. So in my view go with the 1.0 approach of having all the docking windows maximized simultaneously but place spinners differently. There is plenty of room for it.
Inkscape Version and Operating System:
- Inkscape Version: 1.0alpha (61ed6873, 2019-02-12)
- Operating System: Linux Debian 10 "buster"
- Operating System version: Linux Debian 10 "buster" 64-bit // 4.19.0-2-amd64 inbox#1 SMP Debian 4.19.16-1 (2019-01-17) x86_64 GNU/Linux
- Window Manager: Gnome Version 3.30.2
- Display Server: Xorg
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