I don't know how I managed to skip this one. In my opinion it is a real game changer. Can we please have an example or a link where we can read more about the use of it?
Somehow missed you question. The Spreadsheet edit mode is described here. There are a few new modes in the current release. I'll update the document later. Sketch feature demo can be found here. Be sure to turn on subtitle (the CC button).
I'll add that later.
That's a debatable feature. I can probably add an option for that. My argument against this is that by default the docks are not auto hidden. It is the user who initiate the auto hidden feature, so he/she must've known this feature, and there is already a line hint when mouse is over the edge. Having a triangle always hanging just obscures the space IMO.-the hidden docks should have a always visible small triangle arrow or something larger than one pixel for the user to hit for revealing the panel. That would also give a hint to the user of the existence of the hidden panel. I also remember someone mentioning leaving the names of the panels present in a dock visible when in auto hide mode. That would serve the purpose also but in my opinion would add to the clutter.
Animating in non-overlay mode requires continuously resizing both the dock and 3D view, there might be some performance issue, but I can try and see.-is it possible to have the auto hide function even if not in overlay mode? I mean with regular panels? With animation and all. Just a thought.
You can find more information here. Scroll to the bottom for a demo 'expression script'.I don't know how I managed to skip this one. In my opinion it is a real game changer. Can we please have an example or a link where we can read more about the use of it?
I haven't thought about the resizing issue. When in overlay mode we already have the option to have an opaque dock so that already serves the purpose. I guess it isn't worth while to bother with this feature.Animating in non-overlay mode requires continuously resizing both the dock and 3D view, there might be some performance issue, but I can try and see.
New image released with the animation. You can even play around with the animation curve in the preference settings, just for fun.
What about this one? Can you do something for it?realthunder wrote: ↑Tue May 19, 2020 12:47 amThat's nice. I'll see if I can add it. It might have some conflict with the way I implement it, because you can have non-overlay and overlay dock at the same side.
I'll try in the next release.