> 1. Open a graphic terminal, and resize it to (90 columns, 10 rows). This
> is quite small, because the largest option list i've found right now is
> quite short too.
> 2. start emacs with "-nw" and "-q" switches.
> 3. M-x customize-group <RET> killing <RET>
> 4. Modify a bit the "kill ring max" property.
> 5. Put the cursor on the associated "[State]" text and type <RET>.
> 6. Now you shoud see the widget-choose buffer, but showing only part of
> the text (similar to the attached screenshot). And there's no way to switch
> to that buffer and scroll the text.
With Emacs built from master, I followed these steps using xfce4 terminal
After step 6, I typed C-M-v, as I'm used with a *Help* buffer, and I was able
to scroll the widget-choose buffer. So I think this wishlist item is fulfilled.