are the frames not resizable?
they're resizable in AA2 & AA3
I prefer the fixed panels but
a simple drag of the panel edges will resize them
No that doesn't work... It breaks again every time you resize the Audition window or move anything... I've fixed it with "a simple drag of the panel edges " hundreds of times.
I'm sick of fixing it
why do you need to resize the AA window?
I've been using for 10 years
starting in CE2000
and I don't ever resize my window
except for bad mousing
and I've got a full backup of the AA settings folders,
so if something happens to my window layout
I just close AA and replace the folders
when I open it again the layout is restored
God I hate forums so much.
I think my temper is too bad to handle talking to people like you, and I'm sorry in advance for my responses.
Your recommendations are infuriating and lacking even the slightest glimmer of insight.
I just told you I need to resize the window, and so your response is that I shouldn't be resizing the window.
Could you possibly come up with a more useless answer, even if you tried?
If I wanted to Not-Resize-The-Window, I would have clearly stated that.
It should be pretty obvious that I'm a user who needs to resize the window.
If I wasn't, I wouldn't be writing this feature request, now would I?
I use windows 7. Windows 7 has a feature that lets you maximize the window, or snap the window to the left/right sides of the screen.
If you snap the window to a side, (and usually later on unsnap it), the *WINDOW IS RESIZED* and the transport pane goes crazy.
Cool Edit, AA1.0, AA1.5, AA2.0, AA3.0 were not designed around the weird "snap" thing introduced in win7
it didn't even exist before win7
I don't see how having my AA window which is normally around 80% Screen width reduced to 50% by some stupid winders feature
it's bad enough that undoing an edit changes the zoom level
I normally work with 00:00:03:19 visible
if you don't want the frames to change size
then undock them,
and leave them floating
ie. I have the cue list floating in its own window