I would like to handle BTSync GUI in Ubuntu 14.04 in small displays.
I would like to do this without installation Additions in Virtual environments such as VirtalBox.
I downloaded BTsync here 64 bit without glibc, extracted it in Desktop and started the client by
BTsync's GUI is limited when used with small screen (< 7") in Ubuntu Linux.
I cannot get forward in the GUI in the stage
where you see that there is no y-axis scrollbar in the right. So I cannot move downwards by two-fingers like in other views. I think this is a bug in BTsync's frontend that causes most complications in limited view environments like running the software in VirtualBox's Ubuntu where I have about 5" screen/display size because of memory limitations. VirtualBox is here just a test environment and I can reproduce the bug in running Ubuntu in embedded systems of small displays.
The bug is specific to Linux because they have unique login through the internet browser.
I successfully created the user ID just before going to the view in the screenshot; however, I cannot get forward as described above. I cannot completely see the view below in the internet browser. I am running VirtualBox inside OS X El Capitan.
How can you pass the view in the internet browser by some Terminal command? I keep the phase of adding user account and having a welcome screen in BTsync redundant. It would be great to setup the account in Terminal instead.
I would just like to link the BTsync to existing circle so probable command is
btsync --config <path>.
How can you Handle BTSync GUI in Ubuntu 14.04 with Small Displays?