I have a bunch of palettes open, on my main monitor, upper left the toolbar, and on the right some palettes.
Always, when i open a document or create a new one, the document window reaches below the palettes on the right side on my screen, which is annoying, e.g. when I have to resize the window of complex documents with many graphics and everything slows down while doing this. Why this is necessary: We use the white space around the document for placing stuff, so if the right part of the document-window is covered, you cant scroll right to see whats hiding there.
The palettes are anchored on the right screen side and grouped together. The open document never is under the toolbar, so I assume Indesign can handle this somehow.
Can someone tell me how, or what is wrong on the right side?
Here are some screenshots, Im not a natural english speaker so my explaination can be a bit sloppy:
This is what i dont like:
The document window ignores my palettes and is covered:
I want everything open this way:
Check "Anwendungsrahmen" at the "Fenster" main menu…
This didnt't work out, because I use Exposé with some documents open.
I instead stumbled updon http://forums.adobe.com/message/1290255#1290255 and tried that script. Worked fine. Assigned to Apple+Shift+0 and Im fine with pressing that after opening a document.