From: michael grosberg <grosberg.michael@gm...> - 2013-06-24 06:55:10
I have a recurring problem, which I don't know if I should classify as a bug.
Perhaps I'm just missing something.
I tend to work with several layers. Usually three, four or five.
I also tend to work with several open docked panels - fill&stroke, object
My recurring problem is that the layers panel tends to compress to a size
in which only two layers are visible. If I close or minimize a dock it will
always cause the fill&stroke panel to expand unnecessarily - while the layers
panel remains too small. Actually any other panel will expand at the expense
of the layers panel. If there are more dock than vertical space, and the
scrollbar appears, there's still no way of expanding the panel.
So, is this something that's it's possible to fix? is it window-manager
dependant? (I'm on Windows). Perhaps there's some settings file I can change
manually to force it to stay just a little bit larger?
From: Martin Owens <doctormo@gm...> - 2013-06-24 11:35:58
On Mon, 2013-06-24 at 06:54 +0000, michael grosberg wrote:
> So, is this something that's it's possible to fix? is it
> dependant? (I'm on Windows). Perhaps there's some settings file I can
> change manually to force it to stay just a little bit larger?
It's a problem, and it's on my radar. It's a Gtk spacing problem between
different widgets asking for different size allocations, but I couldn't
pick it apart when I was working on the symbols dialog bug; so for now I
set a fixed height request to give the dialog more space.
But it should be fixed in a more useful way. Report the bug if it
doesn't exist already.
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