Stacks library tab covers 1/3 of screen


(Richard Widman) #1

The current stacks library button opens a HUGE screen that covers 1/3 of the screen. I can’t figure out how to move it or shrink it to a size that allows me to drag the stack into a large portion of the page.

you used to be able to grab it and move it somewhere. And I don’t remember it being so huge.

How can I shrink it?
How can I move it?


(Doug Bennett) #2

If in Sidebar mode you should be able to drag the right boarder.

You maybe in popover.


(Richard Widman) #3

Thanks. That helps. But I still don’t understand why RW needs to take up so much of the screen.


(Oscar Schmid) #4

You can change the width of the library. Hold with the mouse an slide to the left.
Or you play with the size of the icons.


(Richard Widman) #5

Yes, I slide everything to the smallest possible, but that is not small enough to have two projects open side by side on a 15" screen


(Oscar Schmid) #6

You need two 15" screens, side by side :wink:


(Richard Widman) #7

I’ve been using notebooks (previously called laptops) exclusively since 1989. I work on my web sites, time permitting, from my two offices, two houses, or hotels.
RW is the only software I have that can’t shrink to what you want.


(Oscar Schmid) #8

It was meant as a joke ;), but RapidWeaver 5 was better adaptable, that’s right.


(Mary Delton) #9

I have to agree here. I also find that the Stacks window is huge in comparison to what I remember in RW 5. I’m also working on a 15" Macbook and like the ability to take my work with me wherever I go.

I had tried having projects on two computers but had trouble keeping each computer up to date. My best compromise is to work on the Macbook while I have another computer running with 2, 14" screens sitting behind my Macbook. I open up the website I’m working on, on both screens and then keep the left screen with the current site and when I make changes and publish, I update the right hand screen to see the changes. I find making comparisons like this to help with the work.

Mary