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How do I minimize the description column in the commits list?

I think I'm experiencing a bug.

 

Once upon a time someone on my team wrote an insanely long commit description. Now in Sourcetree, every column after "Description" requires 10 viewports worth of scrolling to the right in order to see the hash, author, date columns etc. I am not going to screenshot because it's corporate data. Hopefully you can easily imagine?

 

The hash, author, and date columns are all resizable when I drag the pipe to the right of them. But the pipe just to the left of the "Commit" column, though I get a drag icon when I hover it, is not actually draggable to the left. I can drag it even further to the right (no thanks).

The expected behavior is to be able to drag the pipe between Description and Commit to the left, and have long description messages be truncated with ellipses, as with the other columns.

 

Thanks for any insight. Running 4.1.6 (242) on Apple Silicon

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Same here

Sourcetree v. 4.1.8 (244), macOS monterey 12.1, MacBook Pro M1

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