UI makes it difficult to find what files are being compared.
The new changes that were made between versions 3.20.0 and 3.20.2 are problematic. I had posted what I thought was a bug in No easy way to see what path used for each side, but I was wrong in that the title bar showed the entire path of each file. This was cumbersome as it's width can become very large, but it was workable. Now, only the parent directory is shown. However, if you are comparing files in similar directory trees, this becomes useless, as the parent directory is the same. There needs to be some way to be able to distinguish the actual file name path. Clicking on the filename above the file text only gives a file selection dialog that is pointing at the last used path (although, at least it is a standard file selection dialog where you can type/paste in the filename's full path if desired). Right clicking on the filename does nothing. I'm also confused as to what that arrow pointing down at a horizontal line is for. It's not a button. What is it supposed to represent and what is it used for?
Windows 10. Meld 3.20.2.