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The apply button at the bottom of the database screen is below the bottom of my monitor screen so I can’t apply any changes I make. I can move the panel up slightly by clicking and dragging at the top of the database panel but it moves back down again when I release the mouse button. Is there any way to resize the panel?
 

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Neither RPG Maker have resizeable database windows, your best hope is changing resolution to higher values, assuming your monitor support it.
 

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Neither RPG Maker have resizeable database windows, your best hope is changing resolution to higher values, assuming your monitor support it.
Thank you. That has solved the problem
 

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Ctrl + Enter is usually system default for "apply and close".
 

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That’s a good suggestion. Thank you
 

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