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I was wondering if there was any way to adjust the width of the tabs across the top of the SourceTree window that show the repositories. There are about of dozen or so repos that I need to bounce between, all with relatively short names. The width of the tabs is a constant (in the current version of SourceTree), about 2x as wide as they need to be for my repo names. This causes the tabs to exceed the width of the window, so I need to scroll left/right in order to see all of my tabs, even on a maximized window.
Is there a way to adjust the tab width?
How would I make a suggestion to the SourceTree project to have the tab widths be based on the width of the text of the repo name (probably to a maximum width)?
Thanks for the suggestions,
After adapting to the width, the tabs has become even uglier. Additionally, the number of pull and push labels cover the project name, making it less intuitive to use and not as user-friendly as previous versions.