On Sat, 17 Sep 2016 13:14:51 -0700 (PDT)
Chris George <technat...@gmail.com> wrote:

> The combination of "Easter Egg" menu, Window, and Cmds makes things 
> complicated. One menu to rule them all would be a great place to
> start.

There's the Window -> Arrange Panes menu, which can open the easter egg
menu.  Not much, but a start.

I think the easter egg pane management is a level of UI customization
that I haven't seen as a regular GUI toolkit feature.  Blender has it,
but it has its own custom GUI rendering.  The tiling window managers
like i3 do basically the same thing, but again, in a custom kind of way.

I wonder if it might make sense to switch to Qt's dock widgets, scroll
down for an animated demo here:

I think they're supported in 4.x.  Slightly less flexible, and they
seem to have this "not part of the docking system" central area, but
they have more visual indicators (at the cost of some screen space),
and drag and drop simplicity.

Cheers -Terry

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