Re: Tool palette doesn't scroll

Thanks Irene,
I've now experimented with the "customizable" tool bar, but I can't 
figure out how to get Amaya to remember my customization.  Everytime I 
open it, I get all eight of the tool palettes and have to close those I 
don't want, move those I do to one side, etc. so I have enough screen 
left to view the page.  This is even more annoying than the old toolbar, 
but if I don't do this, the parts of the tool panel I need are down off 
the screen where I can't get to them (even when I close those above them).

Am I just missing some obvious way to save the customize preferences?


Irene Vatton wrote:
> On Saturday 10 November 2007 16:28, Lucinda DeWitt wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I didn't see any reply to the post about the need for a scroll on the
>> toolbar, so I'll mention that it is a problem in the Mac version of 9.99
>> as well.
> The scroll on the toolbar will be supressed in future release.
> People who want to acceed more tools at the same times will use 
> the customizable tool panel.
>> I also agree with the poster who found the repeated need to hit F8
>> annoying.
>> A few of the mac-specific bugs with the scroll bars seem better, though
>> not fixed. (What should be a down arrow on the vertical bar often points
>> sideways when a window first opens especially in split views like source.)
>> I also keep experiencing a problem where I open a series of files and at
>> some point the cut, copy, paste options under edit "gray out" and I have
>> to shut Amaya down and restart to clear it up.  I haven't been able to
>> determine what seems to "cause" this problem.  Has anyone else had a
>> similar experience? (This was in 9.55 and continues in 9.99 on Mac OSX
>> 10.4.10)
> I didn't meet that situation and there is no Amaya code that grays out these 
> entries.  It's probably a problem with the focus.
> Could you check when the situation occurs?
>> Thanks for all the improvements,
>> Lucinda DeWitt
>> Leon Stringer wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> In Amaya 9.99-1, the tool palette (F8) doesn't have a scroll bar but
>>> can be taller than the window. This means that there are items off the
>>> bottom of the page that you can't get to without contracted options at
>>> the top of the page. (I'm sure the previous version did have a scroll
>>> bar?).
>>> (Running on Fedora 7).
>>> Regards,
>>> Leon...
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Received on Monday, 12 November 2007 15:30:11 UTC