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I use rhythmbox as the default music player. I'm very fond of the built-in rating function. I rate my music as I play them.

Now, all the visible columns are automatically spaced.

But as you can see in the screen shot,

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if I want to rate a music 5 star, I have to move my mouse to far right side of the screen, this action activates the scroll bar.

I tried resizing the columns. But every time a new music starts playing or I switch to a different window, it is automatically resized as the screen shot.

This is becoming increasingly annoying. Any Idea how I can get around this problem?

I'm using 13.04 and I've the latest version of rhythmbox.

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