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  • Katiebug88
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    This makes it SO much easier. The only way I could deal with longer clues before was put most of the others in the "used clues" category until I could read all of it and have the full grid at the same time. Then finish the long clue and put them all back.

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  • richet
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    Thanks for clue scrolling. I LIKE THIS A LOT!!!
    zoomed the screen and could easily read clues and click the correct box.
    Great for bad eyes and and large hands on a touch screen.

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  • Hevster444
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    Being able to scroll through the clues makes a massive difference, so much easier. Many thanks

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  • ella
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    Oh wow, thanks, Admin - this is great! I really do think this will help a lot once I get used to it.
    Seriously a TON of thanks!

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  • pwincess
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    Thank you!

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  • richet
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    Thanks for listening. I do use 'used clues' that helps a lot near the end but not early. I saw the scroll clues in the game. I will try tomorrow.

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  • admin
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    Added an optional scroll function to the clue box now. Click "Scroll" to have clues in a smaller-height box that is scrollable, or "Show All" to have all clues visible at once in a taller box. Your preference should be saved and remembered in future puzzles once you make a choice, and you can change the option at any time. Let me know if this helps.

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  • pwincess
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    I always remove the clues I'm done with, and keep my browser zoomed out (showing 90% of original size).
    Even then, a scrolling function would be super useful, especially on the 4x7 puzzles that have a lot of clues.

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  • admin
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    Thanks for your suggestion! We added the "Used Clues" functionality (i.e. clicking on a clue that has no more useful information moves it to the bottom of the list, to keep all "active" clues at the top near the grid) for this reason, so I'm just wondering - are you using that functionality now and still find that a scroll is necessary?

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  • LLapp
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    Great suggestion! Admin, are you there?

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  • ella
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    This is a huge problem for me too. I've tried everything, and as screens get smaller (at least in my life), the only thing I really want a big screen on my computer for is to play these games. But as it is, I just scroll a lot and hope to remember. But that's not a great strategy and doesn't often work.

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  • RennyMS
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    Agree wholeheartedly! I also like having the clues I'm focusing on and the entire grid both in view, especially when I'm on my smaller dell laptop and there's a larger list of clues

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  • SippyGurl
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    Dude! richet that is an awesome sugggestion! Am also small character challenged and yeah, being able to see the clues without losing the puzzle view would be so helpful!

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  • richet
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    Scroll the clues

    I wish the clues scrolled so I could keep the font large and see the bottom clues and the grid at the same time.
    Getting old and like the large font for easier reading.
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