It does here... it maximizes the whitelist/user log/command line displays to use the entire VS window. So that column on the left you see in your capture isn't present when viewing those items.but it doesn't appear to do anything.
then the setting is not worded correctly in my opinion. you should be able to see the entire list without scrolling. just my thoughts.Yes it does. If checked, it shows those features maximized, but within the context of the current VS GUI size. It does not maximize the GUI to full-screen.
It is described correctly within the context of the current GUI. I believe the OP's intention was that it maximize to full-screen, and I agree with both him and yourself. A full-screen whitelist would be easier to read, but my guess is that to do that, the entire GUI might have to possess that ability to go full-screen. That's just my guess, but we'll see what Dan says.then the setting is not worded correctly in my opinion. you should be able to see the entire list without scrolling. just my thoughts.
Check the option "Maximize whitelist, user log, etc" in UI Tweaks and you get this:Even an option to enable/disable some columns would be nice (so less side scrolling if the UI is not able to handle fullscreen do to coding restrictions or so)