Within the Philips SpeechExec Pro Transcribe v5 B422, the compact player keeping growing in vertical size, how do I fix this?

Question: Within the Philips SpeechExec Pro Transcribe v5 B422, the compact player keeping growing in vertical size, how do I fix this?
The pictures below show the audio-bar after a few files are transcribed:

Eventually, the player window becomes too large and interferes with thier work.  If the PC is restarted, the size returns to normal, but starts growing again.
This is a bug and was resolved with the latest patch.
As a workaround, change the appearance from the Compact Player interface to the Expanded Player interface as this version of the GUI does now experience the bug.

Verification Source: Philips website

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