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Author Topic: Floatinig timetrack on top  (Read 422 times)

johnar

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Floatinig timetrack on top
« on: May 24, 2020, 11:09:25 am »

Hi steve.
 I've been floating the timetrack and graph editor on another screen for a while now, and have decided that for now i need a setup like the one in the pic below. On one screen.
 Is there a way to stop the timetrack from minimising every time i click something on the anim8or UI?
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Re: Floatinig timetrack on top
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2020, 12:59:01 pm »

johnar, maybe I'm missing something, but can't you just resize the main window to fit the area on the screen left of the time track? That way when you click on the main window it won't pop to the top.
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Re: Floatinig timetrack on top
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2020, 08:37:18 pm »

Thanks steve
 Yip, That works. Just never occured to me to resize the main window. I was using full screen and resizing the timetrack.

 I'll blame my oversight on 'no official computer training'.

 (heck, for my first year or so of using anim8or i wasn't even aware that, rather than manually resizing the main screen, you could just double click on the top of any windows screen to go 'full screen'. Till my 14 year old nephew said "why don't you just do this" (double clicks top, full screen appears.))

  Time for a cuppa tea.

 Thanks for the heads up on that.

 
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