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I don't think the Resource Manager should be a Studio panel. To make full use of it requires a wider size and I would hate to see it bounce wider/narrower when in use or focus has been moved elsewhere.

However, the information for a selected image or other asset should be in a Studio "information" studio. 

 

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59 minutes ago, MikeW said:

I don't think the Resource Manager should be a Studio panel. To make full use of it requires a wider size and I would hate to see it bounce wider/narrower when in use or focus has been moved elsewhere.

You got a point there.

As the Resource Manager is work in progress I am just hoping for a better solution to come.

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6 hours ago, AshTeriyaki said:

It's something you review frequently enough that it shouldn't be buried in a menu bar, I'd also say the same for the section manager.

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On 9/1/2018 at 5:18 PM, MikeW said:

I don't think the Resource Manager should be a Studio panel. To make full use of it requires a wider size and I would hate to see it bounce wider/narrower when in use or focus has been moved elsewhere.

However, the information for a selected image or other asset should be in a Studio "information" studio. 

 

Making it work in a panel can be solved though, I'd like to see them take a crack at it. I do agree that the selected image details should show in a studio as well.

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On 9/1/2018 at 6:18 PM, MikeW said:

I don't think the Resource Manager should be a Studio panel. To make full use of it requires a wider size and I would hate to see it bounce wider/narrower when in use or focus has been moved elsewhere.

I understand, that it's nice to have the UI split into 2 narrow sidepanels, as Lightroom does. And a big resource-panel is most times kind of in the way (I tried it with Indesign's on a smaller Screen - it's never broad enough)

-> BUT ever since my main workhorse got an 27 inch next to its 24 Inch AppleCinemaDisplay all the panels went to the 24 Inch. ;)

Also: since I sometimes work in the wild using my tiny 13 non-retina macbook, I appreciate the minimized panel-approach of Indesign: one icon on screen and, if pressed (not expanded), overlap all the other panels on screen, and go back to icon-size.

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I really not care where the menu command is located – I prefer to call palettes up with key shortcut anyway. It should be possible to set single studio panel appear bigger than others. Of course saved workspaces would help here.

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