[scribus] [scribus-dev] Scribus 1.5.1 released
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Mon Feb 15 00:35:03 UTC 2016
> To: scribus at lists.scribus.net
> From: gpittman at iglou.com
> Date: Sun, 14 Feb 2016 19:24:33 -0500
> Subject: Re: [scribus] [scribus-dev] Scribus 1.5.1 released
> On 02/14/2016 04:37 PM, BuSte wrote:
> > Il 14/02/2016 20:37, Gregory Pittman ha scritto:
> >> In 1.4 normally I'm used to use Scribus with one video, and at the
> >> maximum of the video resolution and open some windows other than
> >> the Properties, like "Layers", "Align and Distribute", and so on,
> >> and put this windows out of my scribus space. 
> >> In the 1.5 (.AppImage) I can't move whindows out of my Scribus space.
> >> Is this configurable?
> >> is it a "bug"?
> >> Here is what I would suggest: use keyboard shortcuts. Layers already has
> >> one (F6), but you can set shortcuts for the others in Preferences >
> >> Keyboard Shortcuts.
> > hi Greg,
> > thanks for your reply, I know that there are shortcuts for open this
> > type of windows, but the problem is not "how to" open this windows,
> > but rather the fact that the windows do not move out of the main
> > Scribus windows.
> > I done some test and in Scribus 1.4.0 if the main window is maximized
> > the other windows (Layers, Align and Distribute, and so on) can be
> > moved out of the main Scribus window, as is show in the first image.
> > In Scribus 1.5.1 (.AppImage) if the main window is maximized other
> > windows do not move out of the main Scribus window.
> > If the main Scribus window is NOT maximized then other windows can
> > move out of the main Scribus window.
> What I was suggesting is that you can use the keyboard to go back and
> forth between seeing the Layers or Align and Distribute windows, and not
> seeing them (closing them in effect) and they appear where you last put
> them. You might also benefit from resizing your page and the scratch space.
> I'm not sure why the window behavior changed.
Could it be a difference between Qt 4 and 5 rather than changes in Scribus?
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