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When looking at graphical flow analysis the vertical dividers are selectable as if they would scale to the width of available text but nothing happens. As a result the text overlaps, gets cut off, and is very difficult to read.
Is there any solution for this?

asked 07 Nov '12, 07:37

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It works in Wireshark 1.8.3 (Win XP). What is your Wireshark version?


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answered 07 Nov '12, 07:46

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Kurt Knochner ♦
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Version 1.8.3 (SVN Rev 45256 from /trunk-1.8) I works sometimes and not others. From what I recall it woks when I diagram many calls, but on a single call I can not open the width to clearly see notations on each step of the call.

(13 Dec '12, 05:18) TomEverett

Hm.., I can't confirm that. It works with single call on my system.

(14 Dec '12, 07:31) Kurt Knochner ♦
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