On 2014-Apr-07 2:58 PM, Keith Soltys wrote:
Frame 10 has an annoying behaviour that I haven’t been able to stop.
I have two monitors, one set up in portrait mode on which I keep my
working documents and the other in landscape mode on which I keep open
dialogs and pods. I drag my book file to the landscape monitor (Frame
never remembers the last position, which is a minor annoyance).
But sometimes when I open a new dialog or pod, Frame insists on
snapping it to the book file or another dialog. I like to arrange
things in a particular order, with the most accessed dialogs on the
left side of the monitor. The problem is that if the dialogs or pods
are snapped together, when I close one, the other closes too.
Is there any way of preventing this?
When you've got everything set up the way you want it, click Save
Workspace in the drop-down menu to the left of the Minimize button on
the title bar. Name it as you like (mine is !Stuart so it sorts
alphabetically to the top of the list). When FM misbehaves or things get
moved around inconveniently, click Reset Workspace in the same menu and
press Enter (because Adobe can never be sure that you /really/ want your
workspace back), and you should be good to go. Ctrl+L used to be my most
often-used FM command. Now it's Reset Workspace (+curse, press Enter).
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