Input field too small to see full expression (voltage source, etc)

Hi, I'm using the feature to specify the output of a voltage source using an expression, e.g. sin(T * 100) * T

However, the input field is very small. Too small to see even the simplest expression in full. Most of the times I can only see part of the expression?

Why is this input text field so small? Please expand it to allow for longer expressions to be seen in full while editing it.

by Dan.Ka
November 06, 2020

to Admin, please remove my question.

This is the wrong place for feature requests. I reposted this request on the feature request forum.

by Dan.Ka
November 11, 2020

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