That's a good idea.* Remembers the last selected tab within the property view, and opens it next time FreeCAD starts
I have seen that you changed the order of the tabs. IMO you shouldn't do this because people are already used to have it in the order as it is now. Also, some people may have some special Python scripts where various things in the GUI are changed. With this change you could easily break such Python code. To have the Data tab as default you can simply use "1" as the default value for the parameter "LastTabIndex". Then instead of calling the parameter "LastTabIndex" I would call it "CurrentTabIndex" because this would be more consistent with the Qt method name.* Defaults to the Data tab on the first boot.
Of course not. But if there is no strong reason to change the layout we shouldn't do it.Good point, though I hope we don't encourage those sort of scripts!
Thanks.I'll change it around to leave the tabs in the normal order and push an updated version. -Ian-
This is already possible. You only have to make sure that you have edited one of the coordinates. When selecting another object afterwards it automatically expands the items and sets the focus to the corresponding coordinate.so that for example iterating through x position of multiple parts don't need to make the x placement visible each time
Please open a separate thread for things that are not related to this topic.While your in that area, might you also save the state of the "Apply incremental changes to the object placement check-box" ?