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  10 October 2012
tiny layerset window

Is it just me or is the 'Choose Layerset' dialogue in C4D absurdly tiny? I was thinking it would be resizable, but it doesn't appear to be. Any nifty scripts or workaround to make this pop-up a more useful size?
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  10 October 2012
Soooo this is odd...

All of the sudden my layerset selection window is huge when I invoke it. This is great, but I don't understand the sudden change in behavior...
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  10 October 2012
I have seen a weird bug in the pop up dialogs where they appear in the upper left corner of the screen, as small as possible. Dragging them or trying to resize them makes them pop to their normal default size. Usually restarting c4d fixes it. Once it starts, it affects most pop ups (color picker, etc) . I did have a startup layout in R13 that caused it every time, and the only way to fix it was to delete the layout. (I think I sent that layout to Maxon as a bug report). Thankfully, recently I only see the bug after lengthy sessions or while developing / testing a plug in. I think I first saw the bug with r13.

I chalked it up to the fact that I have an unusual screen size / layout spread across six displays on four video cards.
 
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