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Possible to make the Bookmarks Manager window use the full height of the screen?
This window is using about 50-60% of the vertical height of the screen. The font is way too large (any way of changing that?) so I see only 11 folders. I have almost 2000 bookmarks. This doesn't work. Also the spacing between each line is way too much and wastes space. By reducing the font size/line spacing and making the window taller one could probably quadruple the number of lines visible. Not being able to use your keyboard arrow keys should have earned the designer Dunce of the Decade award. What a ponderous way of navigation using the mouse. Reminds me of when I was foolishly using Mac OS X and how they would shy away from keyboard shortcuts as if they caused cancer.
You can double-tap on the title bar, I guess.
It works in other browsers... I think.
A few suggestions: You can use F11 to view the page full screen. You can zoom out (Ctrl+-), which will reduce the size of the folder images and allow you to see more at once. You can also view them in a list rather than a grid by clicking the icon with three stacked horizontal lines located to the left of the Search bookmarks field.
Zoomed down to 33% and viewing full screen, I can see 21 bookmark folder images on a row (though they are right at the edge of usable visibility). I get the same number using list view at 67% zoom (again, that's as small as it can be for me still to be able to read it).
Of course I can use full screen.
Of course I have my screen maximized.