Haha, just being cheap!
Good to see its still a-go.
Haha, just being cheap!
@UnCommonGrafx now fixed on gumroad
Any news about this?
I would love to see that as well. I’m trying to either use that panel or find a way to replicate the one from 3DS Max to quickly/easily get all meshes/objects in the scene and select things more quickly.
@BD3D will this add-on allow for cross window color picking?
Why I ask is, I use two monitors, the second usually has my graph editor when animating, or the material editor displayed.
In native Blender when I use the color picker from the second monitor and pick across to the first, or vice versa, the color will always be black.
If “Floating Windows” can be on a separate monitor and color pick across screens, that would be awesome.
When will you be updating the add on for 2.83 mate?
Nope… my bad I had a key map conflict. It works
Is there anyway I can skip the first pie and just go staright to the second pie menu with a hotkey. Just saves clickes thats all. –
did you try creating a custom shortcut that directly lead to the operation you want ?
Even the simple “New Window” function and “New Main Window” gives you MORE windows, they just can’t overlap. But they can both BE there, especially in a multiple monitor installation.
the whole concept of floating windows is overlapping.
some people didn’t get that unfortunately
Meh. Not a deal breaker for me. That I can launch an entirely new SYNCED set of windows is good (“Window/New Window”), for my side monitor, AND an entirely separate instance of Blender (“Window/New Main Window”) if for some reason I need to work on different *.blend files at the same time (I guess that might happen), I’m pretty much covered.
In Adobe products I spend some time nudging floating windows out of the way, so I’m not missing them. And believe me, I’d be scorching the interwebs if I were, since I’m not a general fan of the Blender UI. This particular gap doesn’t affect me. YMMV.
I don’t know how to add the hot key for the ‘floaters pop-up’ button only. I am only able to set a hot key for the main menu, then I have to click the button on the left to get the pie I showed in the second image. Just simple want to map a key to the “floaters pop up” button. This way when I hit the key it calls up only the pie menu in the second image, skipping the first.
I have mapped keys before, many, but I didn’t know where that command was located
I didn’t know where that command was located
i didn’t either, here’s the tips:
while enabling the python tooltips
you will have the reference to any operators you can hover on
quite handy once you know it.
the only thing a bit tricky is that you will need to remove
bpy.ops. and the
() at the end
Brilliant. I have it working now too so thanks
I’ve bought and I’m testing right now.
Sometimes, the “Hide All Floaters” operator also minimizes the main blender window. Has anything similar happened to anyone?
Don’t think I saw that. But, i do have it where, if you popout a window, like 3D View as a floater, and save the session. Then close blender/repoen, it won’t remember that as a floater. So you have to manually control it then, or re-do it.