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Wierd: Run out of screen space to make mail rules!

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Hi all. Hope you can help.

I am using the Mails application and making rules. However, when I click too many "+" signs to add another variable to a single rule, the window becomes too tall. It is then impossible to add any more rules because the bottom of the window has disappeared below the screen. A bit ridiculous - I think you'll agree!
Am I missing something really simple here? I would have expected a simple scroll-bar to appear as soon as the editing window became too tall for the screen.
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