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Danny Thompson
forcing primaries and secondaries tab groups to merge - Resolve 9
on May 7, 2014 at 4:41:20 pm

When I open up Resolve 9 on my MBP with a 1440x900 screen it combines the primaries and secondaries into a single palette, so that color wheels, curves, windows etc are all part of the same tab group. Resolve is actually halfway usable in this mode.

When I open Resolve on a system with a 1600x1200 or 1680x1050 monitor, it does not merge them, which comes at the expense of making the keyframe timeline extremely narrow - about 100px wide.

Is there any way to modify the config files of Resolve to use the 1440x900 window layout on 1600x1200?

Studio - eMac G4, 256mb ram, Final Cut DV
Mobile - IBM R50, 1024mb ram, 80gb Hitachi Travelstar ATA133 7200rpm hard drive


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Peter Chamberlain
Re: forcing primaries and secondaries tab groups to merge - Resolve 9
on May 8, 2014 at 1:58:02 am

There is a selector on Resolve v10 to make the keyframe window wider.. I can't remember on v9.. that's a year old... .. its at the bottom LHS of keyframe window.


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Marc Wielage
Re: forcing primaries and secondaries tab groups to merge - Resolve 9
on May 8, 2014 at 6:27:18 am

The little << button on the lower left of the Keyframe window can be used to temporarily expand this window, but it shoves aside the Primary color window.

I think the answer is, the screen is optimized for a given display resolution and you can't do it any smaller. Mine is always in 1920x1200 and it works fine. This is a good reason why Resolve does not generally work well on 13" or 15" displays (IMHO).


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Danny Thompson
Re: forcing primaries and secondaries tab groups to merge - Resolve 9
on May 8, 2014 at 9:19:28 pm

Great, this solves it. Thank you.

Studio - eMac G4, 256mb ram, Final Cut DV
Mobile - IBM R50, 1024mb ram, 80gb Hitachi Travelstar ATA133 7200rpm hard drive


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