The new documentation setup is hard to use when scrolling through hundreds of classes in a 3-inch pane

As a Roblox developer, it is currently too hard to access the documentation. As it stands, it’s very difficult to scroll through a bunch of classes contained within the sidebar.

If this issue is addressed, it would improve my development experience because it would be easier and faster to find the information that I’m looking for.

As it currently stands, the only way to access the full list is through the sidebar. The links on the main content area of the page just expands the sidebar categories. Accessing the very long list of classes, datatypes, enumerations, globals, and libraries through the sidebar is long and tedious. Especially when many of the names are wrapped around. Furthermore, the sidebar lists aren’t even broken out alphabetically which adds to the difficulty in finding the needed information.

A proposed solution would be to revert the documentation site to a previous version. Specifically, the two column list that was organized by category and alphabet. An enhancement would be to have each link open up a new tab/window when clicked on, so the page wouldn’t have to be reloaded.

I’m having a lot of problems using the new documentation setup here: Roblox API Documentation. The problem is when you select one of the options in the main panel, one of the sidebar options expands. For the main classes list, it’s very difficult and time consuming to scroll through hundreds of classes in a narrow 3-inch panel.

The previous iteration of the documentation where the main panel was populated with everything, organized into two columns, with alphabetical headers was much easier to find things. Now I have to scroll and hope I’m in the right area. If I’m not, then I have to figure out where I’m at and correct my positioning.