I undocked the layers/cuts window to take a screenshot, and now I can’t figure out how to dock it again on MacOS. Is there a trick? I’ve tried to make the windows full screen, small screen, wide pane, narrow pane, and everything else I can think of. Seems like dragging into the area where you want to dock is how it should work, but it will not dock no matter what I try.
Here is a short clip of some of the things I’ve tried.
It might be worth trying to reset to default layout.
‘Window’ drop down then ‘Reset to default layout’ top option
I see so windows are not dockable. Sorry, I expected it was dockable since I could undock it. It is back in the right place now. Some disappeared (not sure which), but at least the cut/layer is back where it belongs.
They are dockable, I’ve never needed to change the layout, but this may help
How is that different than the video I sent above? Isn’t that what I was doing? Looks like the video you sent had a hard time docking cuts/layer window too. Wonder why?
It’s possible you may not have been dwelling on the window for long enough to trigger the docking animation. Worst case, “Window” → “Reset to Default Layout” will restore the layout you had when you first installed LightBurn, docked windows included.
If you want to revisit the docking I think what’s happening is possibly 2 things:
- You need to keep a hold of the title bar as you’re hovering. It looks like you’re releasing the mouse button.
- While holding the title bar, move the location where the mouse pointer is located over the center of the window pane that you want to dock to. I believe it’s specifically the mouse point location that’s relevant, not the title bar itself. Hover until the window pane turns blue, then release mouse button.
I think it must be a software bug. Now the window docks just fine and I did nothing different.
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