If you are using WikiTree on a Mac, have you experienced the following problem?
When editing a bio, the text-box cannot be made SHORTER than its original size.
(Note that the box can be made LONGER by dragging the little striped triangle at the bottom of the text-box, and it automatically grows longer as text is added.)
It is a problem for me because the original size of the text-box spans several screens. To view or edit text in different parts of the window requires... scroll the text-box to its view-able limit, scroll the enclosing window, scroll again in the text-box, scroll again in the enclosing window, scroll again in the text-box, again in the enclosing window, again in the text-box, again..., etc.
As my entries have gotten longer, this problem has become OVERWHELMING.
If you have experienced this limitation, and if you have the same set-up as I do (see below), and if the limitation is vexing to you, PLEEEZ give a holler to tech support (the very patient Chris Whitten) so that he can prioritize it appropriately. I AM DESPERATE.
Mac Air, running OS-X, version 10.11.4; Safari browser, version 9.1; screen resolution is low (1152 x 720).
I suspect that the problem is related to screen-rez. Unfortunately, my poor vision requires BIG letters, so low-rez is the only way I interact with WikiTree.
(As an aside, the green outline of this G2G text-box also spans multiple screens... but the text-box itself is a size that fits on a single screen, so scrolling this G2G text-box can be done by means of its vertical scroll-bar, without using the scroll-bar of the webpage itself. Also, this G2G text-box can be made shorter by means of a triangle in its lower right corner. This G2G text-box does grow automatically as text is added, and that growth can over-run the length of a screen... but then I can adjust the size smaller, so NO-PROB.)