OS: Windows 10, Linux
I'm really surprised that nobody else has posted this bug. I've been experiencing it across multiple desktop-based installs for at least a couple years.
The problem is concerning the left-most menu section, where all the playlists etc. are displayed.
Absolutely any time that I scroll up or down this section - whether by scrolling the mouse wheel, clicking and dragging with the mouse, or clicking in the dark spaces between the slider - the window goes mental trying to readjust its width.
It's like the window is trying to change its width to what's being displayed within the menu (maybe?), but it doesn't know how to properly calculate it, so it jumps wildly between different sizes.
As well as being annoying, it means you can't click in the dark spaces either side of the slider to jump a ways up or down the list (which is a pretty convenient way to hop down a long library).
Any ideas on this?