I have mixed feelings on single window modelling. It’s a huge improvement when working with one screen, but when using dual monitors (which I’m assuming most people who use CAD packages use) it’s less than ideal. The worst though, is switching back and forth between one and two monitors. In single window modelling the command options in sidebar makes the most sense, but when using dual monitors the popup is the best as having the sidebars taking up space on the main monitor defeats the whole purpose of multiple monitors
It would be great to be able to use the sidebars, but drag them and for that matter all toolbars off to the other monitor, but keep everything pinned together. It just seems odd for a modelling tool to be built around a 1 monitor setup at the sacrifice of dual or more monitors.
Alternately would it be possible to default to the popup when the sidebar is closed and default to within the sidebar when open it’s open? I feel like this would be more natural as you’d get the best of both and in a seamless, responsive manner. This could even make sense in addition to the option of being able to drag the sidebars to a separate display.
Also is there any way to get rid of the viewport options buttons? Using keyboard shortcuts or double clicking the viewport labels to change views and switch between 1-up and 4-up isn’t that hard to do and for my workflow it’s a pretty big waste of space. A balance might involve having those options available from a single button in the top tool pallet or when right clicking the display label?
thanks again for all the hard work and innovative improvements, I really like the overall direction you’re going.