On 10/27/05 16:14 ET, DanKurts said...
The other "feature" that bites me, if I'm not
paying attention, (yeah, you can go there) is
the use of closing an edit window by clicking
on the X box, top right. In ANY other Windows
based program, that means close the window, no
changes or actions. Why they chose to adopt this
new method on the NG editor is odd.
The Properties window is not actually a settings window you have to keep opening and closing or applying the settings from, it's closer to an undockable toolbox. Everything you do in there is instantly applied to the button you were working on without clicking on the "X" or needing an "OK/Apply" button.
If you leave that window open (assuming you have enough screen real estate) you can simply click on another button and start working on it...