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So for example, the catagories will be named something like    Un....   or Ge... and I cant change it, can someone help me change it back to full category names pls?



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I'm guessing you are talking about NMM right?

you do realize that you can change the width of each column there by dragging the separation between columns , right? you know , like you can do in your file explorer , or in excell



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I'm guessing you are talking about NMM right?

you do realize that you can change the width of each column there by dragging the separation between columns , right? you know , like you can do in your file explorer , or in excel

What do you mean? Because I had the program in like full screen mode if you know what I mean.



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it doesn't matter if you open it up in full screen or not

in the same way that you can increase the width of columns in excell , you can do the same for NMM

between the names of each column you will see a thin grey vertical line , that acts as a separation between each column

you can grab and drag that line to change the width of specific columns



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Like in every other Windows software with a column display, you can just drag and move the column headers apart like here:

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And as the column widths are sometimes/usually stored in absolute values, the overall size of the window, as when you go fullscreen or not, won't really make a change.



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Thanks guys, found how it :D







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