I noticed this behaviour with 0.07a as well.
It isn't how kismac normally behaves -- it usually adds new items to the bottom without having to play with the window size -- so this is just an artifact of the alpha version, I suspect it will be fixed in the next iteration.
...r On Dec 7, 2003, at 8:34 AM, Java Nut wrote:
I took Kismac on a little neighborhood drive and my screen quickly flooded with dozens of networks. I noticed that after the screen fills up, new networks stop appearing and the scrollbar does not appear. If I resize the window, the new networks are added to the screen and the scrollbar appears.
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