How do I keep the preview window from defaulting to its max size when I select Open File?
I am always having to minimize it to see the complete file names of the files.
I don't know that there is a way to minimize it. I avoid that when I can and use the EPDM interface. If you don't have EPDM then I don't know what other workflow may be best.
I work at a small 1 seat business. We don't use EDPM.
I work at a small 1 seat business. I only have 1 monitor. I wish I had 2.
Like Alex Burnett, I rarely use that workflow. I keep Windows Explorer open on my second monitor and open files from there.
can you show a Screenshot?
If you grab the bottom right corner to resize it, it will be maximized again the next time?
I am not talking about the whole window. I want to make the preview window smaller and show more columns in the file window. When I resize it, it does not stay that way.
I just clicked Open and when the open dialog came up I resized the preview panel. Then I clicked Cancel without opening a file.
When I clicked Open again the preview panel was the way I had resized it, like this.
I closed SWX and restarted it, clicked Open and the window was the same with the preview panel resized.
Maybe clicking cancel without opening a file is key?
I haven't checked to see if it remains the same after restarting the computer but even if it goes back at least you would only have to do it once a day.
I just clicked on the Open icon and the preview panel was back to it's original state. It's been about 3 hrs. 15 minutes since I resized it so it stayed the way I put it less than that.
It seems to me that this is one of the changes that should stick from session to session. It shouldn't change back until I want it to change back.
"It seems to me that this is one of the changes that should stick from session to session. It shouldn't change back until I want it to change back."
I agree but I thought there was something I was doing wrong. It seems that it is not me. I will try your cancel idea.
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