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I was thinking about a future update of changing the way we navigate between settings of the slicing features. 

Instead of an infinite scrolling, I think it will be a better approach to switch to tabs, which will be more pleasant

to the eye and will make it easier to navigate between each segment.

 

Almost 99% of the times I find my self scroll up and down to find the right category I'm aiming for, I think

that if I had the option of tabs view I was able to find what I'm looking for way faster. 

 

It will also allow to add more settings to a specific list and still not look too messy. Right now I'm trying to remove

as much settings as I can to save some space because it makes my list so long and confusing. 

 

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