Additional View Settings

SourceChildSourceChild Registered User
I guess if I was slower at pressing buttons it wouldn't be a problem but...
I use additive views because I am constantly cycling through views when I have editor windows open. Unfortunately, I'll end up with as many as a dozen windows open at times.
I would prefer being able to keep my editors open. At it is, when I hit a view key not assigned as an additive view, editor goes bye bye.
I would love to be able to asset a priority to certain windows (like the current editor).
I guess what I'm asking for is a tool in views to define a view that allows certain windows to be transparent (and not closed when you hit a new view).

Comments

  • Marty PostmaMarty Postma Registered User
    edited March 2007
    Kind of like a "High Priority" view? With a "Persist on Override"?
  • ahelgorahelgor Registered User
    edited March 2007
    (highjacking)
    -speaking of views... i've always wanted views to be toggleable(is that a word?;))
    -so that when i press the view a second time it closed the windows..
  • SourceChildSourceChild Registered User
    edited March 2007
    ahelgor wrote:
    (highjacking)
    -speaking of views... i've always wanted views to be toggleable(is that a word?;))
    -so that when i press the view a second time it closed the windows..

    Anders! You hit a good one! :headbang:
    Hell yeah! Toggleable (love that word) views!
    This would aid in some of the view problems I discussed.
    We still need a priority funcion that can be assigned to a window.
    How about a button in each window call "Lock View"
    When pressed, it would lock that window where it's at even if everything else is closed or changed.
  • leebotleebot Registered User
    edited March 2007
    I love the idea of toggle views.
  • mikewoodldmikewoodld Registered User
    edited March 2007
    leebot wrote:
    I love the idea of toggle views.

    no, no, no, "toggleable".

    ;)
  • SourceChildSourceChild Registered User
    edited March 2007
    ....giggleable...
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