feature request: Create Edit pane: left side resizable

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JackZ
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feature request: Create Edit pane: left side resizable

#1 Post by JackZ »

Hello

I do most of my gauge development in an hotel room and a laptop. Screen real estate is indeed limited, so when I test a gauge, I need to have the code editor pane as wide as possible.
This because on my 15" screen, I must have MSFS/Xplane opened and running AND AM opened at the same time. So my screen is split in two and I wished to have the code editor pane taking all the screen available in the AM window (half of the screen), isntead of being reduced to 1/4

@Corjan it would be VERY cool to have the possibility to either

1- being able to resize manually the instrument pane to the left which takes a lot of space, and is useless once the current instrument is selected
OR/ELSE
2- Have a button that toggles the code editor window to full width (meanning that the instrument pane AND the ribbon are reduced).
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I have been hoping for such an improvement on the UI front for ages!

Thank you!
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Re: feature request: Create Edit pane: left side resizable

#2 Post by jph »

+ 100% ;)
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Re: feature request: Create Edit pane: left side resizable

#3 Post by Ralph »

Version 4.3 or 4.4 will probably be a GUI overhaul. New script editor, etc...

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Re: feature request: Create Edit pane: left side resizable

#4 Post by nnyerges »

Yes indeed it will be usefull, not only for those that do magic in a hotel room designing in a laptop LOL.
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