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Jan Bader 7 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 4 years ago 4
Please add the ability to hide the scroll bar(s). 

I barely use them, since it slows me down to use the mouse and if I use the mouse, i usually use the mousewheel.

Also, the vertical scrollbar is redundant with the minimap.

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This can be done by setting the overlay_scroll_bars global setting to "enabled".


This was added in 2091

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This can be done by setting the overlay_scroll_bars global setting to "enabled".


This was added in 2091

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That worked for getting rid of the scrollbar in the editor, which i like because using the mini-view-thing for scrolling works great.

It also got rid of the scrollbars in the file/folder project view, which I need to navigate with. Can I keep these somehow? Or is there a keyboard way to navigate that window?
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With "overlay_scroll_bars" set to "enabled", In Mountain Lion the scroll bar appears when using the mousewheel. Can you get it to not show at all?

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Even in Windows 7 the overlay scrollbars work great. I think they are unnecessary in all but the sidebar as you say (due to the minimap serving its purpose) though the horizontal bar helps a bit for non wrapped files. So I think one more refinement would be an option to specifically remove the overlay **vertical** scrollbar. 

Cool, one of the few settings I had not touched, and they work great on Windows, Should probably be the default!