You could add a shortcut to a custom button that just runs this command.
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AH! Good to know that it can be turned off...I learn a new nook and cranny of FC every day.
It was the last resort. I would have liked to keep it, because it comes handy, but I don't work much in Draft; so it was annoying that I always had to switch back to Draft, to switch it off.
Then the "Use grid" checkbox could be omitted.If Draft -> Use grid is on and always use grid is on:
- Show the grid on entering Draft, keep the grid on leaving Draft
If Draft -> Use grid is on and always use grid is off:
- Do not show the grid on entering Draft, hide the grid on leaving Draft
Yes, there is a way for a workbench to know the user has left it. I use this in DynamicData and in ThreadProfile to move the toolbar to the new workbench (which the user can disable if preferred).GeneFC wrote: ↑Wed Jul 15, 2020 4:24 pmI have thought about this a few times over the years, and I have a question.
Does a workbench know when if has been "left" in favor of another workbench? I would guess not. Unlike closing a program there would seem to be no need for any finalizing operations when one switches workbenches.