Toggle Everything (Fullscreen)

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Toggle Everything (Fullscreen)

Post by schwarzgrau » 07 Sep 2016, 08:00

As far as I know there are two ways to toggle fullscreen/get the biggest possible drawing space with a shortcut:

1. Combine Toggle windows display and Toggle layer panel on one shortcut.
drawback: If you are in "fullscreen mode" and save, everything except of the timeline toggles back on and your fullscreen mode "gets out of sync". So the next time you press it, the timeline gets visible, but the other windows toggle off.

2. Arrange a Workspace to have no windows and use a shortcut to toggle between the one with windows and the one without. (ONLY PRO)
drawback: the viewport and especially the zoom level is different between two spaces. So you always have to adjust your viewport, when switching between the spaces.

How about a shortcut, which allows to hide everything, except the drawing space, while keeping the viewport?
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Re: Toggle Everything (Fullscreen)

Post by NathanOtano » 07 Sep 2016, 11:43

Same here, It's always a system D with multiple shortcuts :) or using rooms which has some other drawbacks. A simple shortcut to toggle everything except canvas would be a must
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Re: Toggle Everything (Fullscreen)

Post by schwarzgrau » 13 Sep 2016, 23:50

Is there any reason this feature request gets ignored by the developers? It seems to me like an easy to integrate feature, which gets requested pretty often.
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Re: Toggle Everything (Fullscreen)

Post by Elodie » 14 Sep 2016, 07:10

Thierry, could you please add this request to the to do list ?

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Re: Toggle Everything (Fullscreen)

Post by Thierry » 14 Sep 2016, 07:28

Added in the todo list :)
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Re: Toggle Everything (Fullscreen)

Post by schwarzgrau » 15 Sep 2016, 08:53

Thank you Elodie and Therry
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Re: Toggle Everything (Fullscreen)

Post by schwarzgrau » 28 Mar 2018, 17:03

I know there is a ton of stuff on the feature list, but to me it SEEMS like a feature with could be easily added (maybe i'm wrong). Currently I'm using a shortcut which toggles all windows and hides the timeline, but as mentioned above if you save in this kind of fullscreen mode the windows reappear, which forces you to activate the timeline too, to get everything back in sync, which is kinda annoying.
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