[Addon] Extended 3D View Panel

I change a bit the 3d View start up file for a cleaner ui.

>> to install this you have to replace the space_view3D.py Script
>> go to -> 2.70 > scripts > startup > bl_ui > space_view3D.py
get it here:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5Q…it?usp=sharing

> create a panel and add the checkbutton to the header

Genious!, maybe it should have a switch for transform and grease pencil too! and have it be fixed at the top of the screen or something, but hey thanks for it!, really cool shit!
:smiley:

Extension script is a great idea for hiding seldom used features. That ‘N’ panel was getting crowded and this helps solve that problem. Great work.

Incredible! will be on trunk? :yes:

Thanks for this great script!

I dont seem to be able to activate it !?

it is not a addon > the title is wrong
you have to replace the original space_view3d phyton script what comes with blender.

Hi mkbreuer!
Clever idea… :smiley:

Please could you make something like this - short access to screens. Buttons on top toolbar (instead of tabs) for very often used screens (Default, Animation, Compositing…).



At present we must do three steps - go to menu, choose screen and click.
New buttons = one click.

It is not problem with shortcuts ( ctrl+left or right arrow), it listing the screens one step up or down. But it is not
direct connect to specific screen.
Buttons for top toolbar are :
row.operator(“screen.screen_set”, text="", icon=“BACK”).delta=-1
row.operator(“screen.screen_set”, text="", icon=“FORWARD”).delta=1

But I need ( I hope some blender people also) someting like this:
( for illustration only)
row.operator(“xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx”, text=“D”).screen=Default
row.operator(“xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx”, text=“A”).screen=Animation
row.operator(“xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx”, text=“C”).screen=Compositing


“One click and go”, not listing…
I was looking for code in python guides, but it is a little bit complicated for me (I am not coder) and my way was unsuccessful.

sorry, but i’m also not a coder for complicated scripts.
I have try something but without success.
Please, post this question into the Phyton Support Thread.
The developer there will help you better than i could.

…here it is: look after install into your 3d view properties shelf for the “Extension…” panel