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If you don't have a mouse attached to your computer, OS X will hide scrollbars. They are visible for a second or so, then fade out. This also happens for the auto-completion box. Since the box is pretty busy (changes with every keystroke), it's hard to notice the scrollbar fading out.
See the attached screenshot for what the end result looks like. It is possible to scroll here to see more options, but it's not at all obvious. A simple solution is to make the box not be an integer multiple of line-height, so that the last item will be cut half-way.
Created attachment 3734 [details]
Completion dropdown with hidden elements
I think it's ok like it is - but I never scroll in that window anyways.
It's actually not so much about scrolling as it is about knowing that there is more content.
Looping in vaclav to decide what to do about this.
Sorry, I know about the ticket, I just need to get rid of some other issues. Do you need this urgently?
Enhancements should be discussed in weekly calls. This is not urgent.