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  1. That is exactly what I was referring to. The scroll bar should not go to where the mouse pointer is, it should go up or down a page. That is standard Windows behaviour. That doesn't help if there are multiple PUP detections and you want to exclude just some of them.
  2. Thanks for the reply. When you click above or blow the bar in the scrollbar, instead of the usual Windows behaviour of moving up a down page, the bar moves to where the mouse pointer is. The second issue, is that there no way to select threats individually. There no option to be able to select or deselect every file and registry key belonging to a particular threat, other than manually clicking on every individual files and registry key that belongs to a particular threat. This is a serious limitation. Due to the very aggressive detection of PUPs, there are often programs detected, that I don't want to quarantine.
  3. It's a shame that the scroll bar issue, which I was told when the beta of v3 was released, would be fixed, still persists in this new version. It would be nice too, if the promised feature to be able to select individual threats was also implemented, particularly when even rogue antimalware software has this feature. I think these two things, are much more important that a UI redesign.
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