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can dialogs be kept from resizing?

can dialogs be kept from resizing?

can dialogs be kept from resizing?

Can dialogs be kept from resizing? An example of this is the note dialog, it gets resized smaller so it doesn't cover the virtually the entire screen, pick the "insert object attribute" button, pick the component from the assembly navigator, pick the attribute from the dialog and accept, then bam the note dialog resizes to cover virutally the screen again.

This causes a lot of extra work either resizing or moving the dialog after every input, and there are a lot of inputs.

Any thoughts? Should a different procedure be used?


NX 1899 Windows 10

RE: can dialogs be kept from resizing?

Hi -

I think you can succeed, if you give the Save Favorite As and Save Favorite a chance....
At least the different groups can be controlled by this action...
Try it - and hopefully one more happy user will be the result...

please see attached..


RE: can dialogs be kept from resizing?

Thanks for the suggestion, tried it and the layout is maintained but not the size. Nice try though. A thought occurred to me, since the note contains the same attributes from each part it could be journaled. I recorded one but for now it has me completely baffled, definitely worth a look because of the time savings.

Thanks again.

NX 1899 Windows 10

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