MacOSX Window Trick

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  10 October 2004
MacOSX Window Trick

Not sure if anyone was havin this problem but i always had a problem with my Hypershade window being stuck on the top of the screen with no option of moving it only closing or opening....if u actually get it to open in a seperate window just double on the top of the window and it goes to the dock LEAVE IT THERE! it take takes a little while to open a scene but hey who cares at least u can open and close and move it around to a second moniter if u have one....i dunno maybe i got excited for no reason...
  10 October 2004
ohh yea

What i usually do is i just go to display preferences in my system preferences and change the resolution on my monitor so i can grab the top of the window so i can move it once i got it in the right place i change the resolution back
  10 October 2004
I've never had a problem with that, why don't you just hit F9 to activate expose' and select that to be the front window?
"Cuz everybody likes ninjas."
  10 October 2004
also in mac how do you display the output window ???
  10 October 2004
fixing the window problem

if you go into displays in the system preferences you can change the arrangement of the second monitor. If you arrange it so that the second monitor window starts below the top bar then it won't open up beneath it. I used to have this problem all the time if I had hypershade or outliner on my second monitor when i closed it, It would come back on my first monitor and be under the bar. Hope this helps

the output window is the same as console window under the windows pull down at top, i believe
  01 January 2006
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