Active Layer Display Options DBX is foobar after latest update


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Hey folks,

 

I just updated to 24.2.0.51 for Windows 64 bit and now the Active Layer Display Options DBX isn't really usable. I can't dock/undock it, move it, etc. It does respond to some mouse clicks but not all and the only way I can get rid of it is by hitting the tool button. It looks to be some sort of window layering issue because you can see in a few spots the windows and toolbars rendering underneath. I've already submitted a case but was wondering is anybody else has seen this issue? It's new to me. Is there a way to retreat to a previous release?

 

Thanks!

 

Cody

 

  

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It looks like I found a workaround. So accessing the Active Layer Display dialog through the main menu bring up the dialog in its own window. If I access the dialog from the toolbar on the right side, it tries to embed the dialog within the main window and that's where it goes south and is largely unusable.

 

 

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53 minutes ago, OldBarnDesign said:

Hey folks,

 

I just updated to 24.2.0.51 for Windows 64 bit and now the Active Layer Display Options DBX isn't really usable. I can't dock/undock it, move it, etc. It does respond to some mouse clicks but not all and the only way I can get rid of it is by hitting the tool button. It looks to be some sort of window layering issue because you can see in a few spots the windows and toolbars rendering underneath. I've already submitted a case but was wondering is anybody else has seen this issue? It's new to me. Is there a way to retreat to a previous release?

 

Thanks!

 

Cody

 

  

Issue3.jpg

Issue2.jpg

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Reset side windows most likely will fix the issue.

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