So, I updated my WIP and of course my custom workspace was unloaded and the default one was substituted. OK, no big deal, I re-loaded my custom workspace via the bottom window in the Options>Toolbars section. But now I have two separate sets and I see no way to close the default set; what I had to do was drag out the unwanted toolbars from Default so they float, then close them.
I had re-done many of my icons for V7 (before .svg was announced) to have good sharp 32 bit images on my 4K screens. Having now reloaded my custom workspace, it looks like it is simply taking the 24 bit images and sizing them up, so they’re all fuzzy again. I know I will have to re-do this with vector at some point, but it seems if the 32 pixel bitmaps are present, when one sizes the tiles up to 32, it should use those and not the 24 bit ones. Addendum: After futzing around with the sizes some, I noticed that if I moved the slider to 33, then back to 32, I got a somewhat better result… bizarre.
The command CommandPrompt doesn’t work, you can choose the “Bottom” option but it doesn’t execute. Only way to do it is to again drag the command prompt out and manually dock it at the bottom. This is an age-old bug reported long ago. So, I did that. Now however, none of my other toolbars will dock either on the side of or above the command prompt. So that whole part of my custom WS is now completely messed up.
Right side panels - it’s no longer possible to stack panels one above the other? Complete waste of space and lack of visibility. Please restore this capability.
And, please define what a container is and how to create one.
OK, see that if you type “Containers” you get the container editor. However, I don’t see how it is possible to create a container that includes the command prompt (it’s not available in the libraries that I can see), nor how to have more than one “container” docked on any side of the interface (especially the right side with panels). And why is the container editor not available as a link from Options - either under Toolbars or separately?
Lastly, the attempt to make the Mac and Windows interfaces closer is laudable, interesting that I’ve only been complaining about this since 2007, and having had to teach on two separate interfaces for many, many years. However, please don’t push the weaknesses of the Mac interface onto Windows users…