Solved!triplus wrote:Hi Pablo.
I updated the code and the reported issue should be resolved.
Thank you very much
The rationale was to always have active workbench listed in selector menu in some form. Currently it is added on top of the selector menu (if it isn't enabled by the user). Adding it as the last item instead likely makes more sense.pablogil wrote:in the workbench menu list, the first one is the actual one... I guess this is redundant because you would never want to activate a workbench that is already active, doesn't it?
No. Such decisions are left to the user and appropriate icon theme. As for the current one. Likely some color is missing to fit better in the default icon set. But on the other hand due to its function it works good as is.I have improved a little bit the icon and created a light and dark versions in case you want to let user decide which color fits better their style
It's an additional choice user can make and use. That is to use the combo box, selector toolbar or a combination.
As @pablogil said likely you will need to adjust the toolbars (once) in workbenches where the location is not expected. After persistent toolbars functionality should take over. And place them as set up by you.Unfortunately, it goes missing when switching to Sketcher. I presume that's a known issue, but I couldn't find evidence.
Edit: I take that back. It gets pushed to the right and compressed, so I just didn't see it. Would be nice if sketcher respected global tool bars a bit better...
Right - individual preferences vary. It exposes the options at the cost of clutter. It's a tradeoff, I guess, but anytime you can make the options more visible (as opposed to hiding them in a dropdown) it's a UI win in my book.
Yeah. I didn't respond because it wasn't behaving the way @pablogil said it would, so I've just been testing and watching it over the last few days. It seems to have gotten better, but for a while, it wouldn't remember positions for anything.