Image picker splits over multiple monitors

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    rsearle, 20th Aug 2012 4:49 pm

    I have two monitors, one on the left (laptop display 1366x768) and one on the right (1920 x 1280). When I run HTML-Kit Tools (currently 20120801) in the main display on the right and I choose the Image Picker, it splits over the virtual boundary between the monitors. Please let me know how to fix this. Thanks ...

    • HTML-Kit Support, 20th Aug 2012 6:07 pm

      On 8/20/2012 4:49 PM, rsearle wrote:

      I have two monitors, one on the left (laptop display 1366x768) and
      one on the right (1920 x 1280). When I run HTML-Kit Tools (currently
      20120801) in the main display on the right and I choose the Image
      Picker, it splits over the virtual boundary between the monitors.
      Please let me know how to fix this. Thanks ...

      Hi,

      This is a bug that I need to fix on this end. Thank you for reporting this!

      As a quick workaround though, if possible, moving Tools to the primary
      screen and maximizing should do the trick.

      Will post again as soon as I have a test version with the fix.

      Chami

      • rsearle, 20th Aug 2012 8:08 pm

        Yes, when I really need a full display of the Image Picker (for example, because images are pushed out of sight on the part of the image picker that has spilled over to the smaller monitor), then I usually end up moving HTML-Kit right back to the smaller monitor so that the Image Picker then displays in full, in context. This has been a minor nuisance since the first release of Image Picker.

        It would also be helpful if there were a grab handle or resizing borders of some sort on the Image Picker.

        Thanks again for a fine product ...

        Russell

        • HTML-Kit Support, 20th Aug 2012 9:55 pm

          On 8/20/2012 8:08 PM, rsearle wrote:

          Yes, when I really need a full display of the Image Picker (for
          example, because images are pushed out of sight on the part of the
          image picker that has spilled over to the smaller monitor), then I
          usually end up moving HTML-Kit right back to the smaller monitor so
          that the Image Picker then displays in full, in context. This has
          been a minor nuisance since the first release of Image Picker.

          It would also be helpful if there were a grab handle or resizing
          borders of some sort on the Image Picker.

          Thanks again for a fine product ...

          Russell

          Hi Russell,

          Thank you very much for the kind words! I appreciate it.

          Just posted a test version with a fix for this. You can download it now
          if you don't want to wait for the next general release. It'll appear as
          TreeHouse build 20120810+ in your User Assistant.

          It'd be nice to be able to resize the image picker window... adding to
          the to-do list.

          Chami

          • rsearle, 22nd Aug 2012 2:45 pm

            Well done! Thanks very much.

            I got the 20120814 TH build, and the new project window styling is also a really nice improvement.

            Thanks again,

            Russell

            • HTML-Kit Support, 22nd Aug 2012 10:53 pm

              On 8/22/2012 2:45 PM, rsearle wrote:

              Well done! Thanks very much.

              I got the 20120814 TH build, and the new project window styling is
              also a really nice improvement.

              Thanks again,

              Russell

              Thank you for checking it out, Russell. I'm glad to hear it worked.

              Pleased with the project window myself, if I may say so :)

              Chami

    • vonsita, 22nd Aug 2012 10:34 pm

      Mmmm...yep that happens, it splits in half...