On 31/12/10 03:46, Hendrik Boom wrote:
On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 07:38:51PM -0500, Shawn H Corey wrote:
> Is there anyway to change the placement of the toolbars? I would like
> them all to be on the left.
You cannot arrange the toolbars freely (e.g. all on the left), but since
Inkscape 0.48 you can choose between 3 different arrangements of the
toolbars - at the bottom of the 'View' menu: Default | Custom | Wide.
> Also, is there anyway to re-attach a toolbar?
Grab the detached (floating) toolbar at the left (or top) end and drag
it to where is was attached previously (the sweet spot is small and only
where the left end or the top of the toolbar attaches).
If that fails - just open a new Inkscape window ('File > New' or 'File
Open Recent…'): all toolbars will be attached again (unless your window
manager interferes). The state (docked/floating) is not saved between
sessions or windows.
While we're asking about toolbars ... Is there any way to get
disppear when one is sketching, and reappear only when they're needed
(to choose a new tool, or something like that? This would be
*extremely* useful when there's not a lot of screen space.
'Shift+<F11>' hides all toolbars - the dock (if any dialogs are open and
docked) will stay visible, and can be hidden with <F12>. Both shortcuts
act as toggle.
Is there a way to define a specialised toolbar with carefully chosen
tools instad of the whole shebang? Again, for limited screen space.
As far as I understand this could well be a scenario in the 'Adaptive
UI' (see link above to the release notes).