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a suggestion to win back some screen real estate.... I have two 24 inch screens side by side and still I can never get enough screen space! I like to keep pallets open most of the time and the Perspectives and Inspectors pallets in OmniFocus seem to belong to two different applications. It would be great if these were nested in a more economical way. At least make the Perspectives pallet less.. er .. fat. Perhaps along the lines of the attached before & after jpgs.
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If you don't need to edit your perspectives you can press the |< button to collpase the window to a narrower size.
 
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Originally Posted by xmas View Post
If you don't need to edit your perspectives you can press the |< button to collpase the window to a narrower size.
Thanks for your reply, xmas. Most of the time I use icons in the Toolbar to switch Perspectives, but when I'm fine tuning how I use the app, which because of its complexity is quite often, I prefer to keep pallets open to see all settings. It would be great if the OmniFocus pallets were of a consistent design and operate in concert with each other... similar to apps such as Photoshop.
 
 


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