Last row of pages panel in horizontal view is missing page numbers under them.
Currently on Mac OS Big Sur using inDesign 16.1
When viewing the pages panel in horizontal view and the page count exceeds what the panel can hold the scroll bars appear but then the last row of pages seem to have their page numbers hidden behind the UI and are not visible no matter how much you move the scroll bars down.
I have seen this behavior since inDesign 15 on Mac OS Catalina.
Edit: I should add that I have my page thumbnails set to small. I see similar behavior with pages view set to vertical but a little bit of the number can still be seen for the last page.
I have updated to Indesign 17.4, and I can confirm that this bug still exists in the latest version. This has been present for as long as I can remember now.
I've been experiencing this issue for who-knows-how-long and I always have to count in my head when exporting specific pages. So annoying.
The page numbers are cropped off at the bottom. Scrolled as far as I can.
I've had the exact same issue for the last couple of MacOS versions too, and it's incredibly infuriating. It seems like it would be an easy fix. Everybody I know that works with horizontal pages in the page-panel has the same problem, so it is definitely not isolated.
Jolin M commented
Same here. This issue have been there for at least 2-3 versions…
Mike Rankin commented
This was filed as another bug here https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601180-adobe-indesign-bugs/suggestions/33701143-page-panel-and-some-others-have-some-problems and closed because it couldn't be reproduced. But everyone who views pages horizontally is familiar with it.
It is very easy to reproduce. Open a document with enough pages that the Pages panel has a scroll bar on the right side. From the panel menu choose view pages horizontally. The last row of page numbers is unreadable.