Lync Client

Prevent Lync Window Auto-Resizing

When having a group conversation, if a new participant joins or you change the participant view, the window resizes. The same sometimes happens if pasting an image into chat. Presumably this is to accommodate the extra content's size; however it's annoying as generally you place a window where you want it / don't expect it to change. Having this auto-resize as a user preference rather than mandatory feature would allow ...more »

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Lync Client

Single Tabbed Window for Lync Windows Client

It would be very convenient to be able to optionally dock the tabbed conversations and the Lync main window panel so that when one of them is focused, all are visible - so clicking any of the lync icons from the taskbar bring the whole of lync to the front. Possibly moving the tabs to a tab in the main window would make for more efficient space use (so alongside the GROUPS, STATUS etc tabs). A robust interface customization ...more »

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more compact chat window

The chat window has too much whitespace. I'd prefer a much more compact chat window. For example, right now, chat entries look like this: [image] [Contact Name] [Chat Message] [Time] .......................................[More Message] .......................................[More Message] .......................................[More Message] I'd prefer that it looked more like this: [image] [Contact Name] [Time] [Long ...more »

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Disable Inline Pictures

Would like to disable inline pictures within the chat windows. Chat window have far too much white space and would like to reduce this. I know there is an option within the Lync Client to disable photos, but this is an all or nothing option. The Lync application should still be able to show photos within the Buddy/Contact list and the title bar of the chat window. However I think it is but redundant to have the photo ...more »

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