Here is my idea: Add a button to open the blocks in a new window, which you could put on your second screen, or even side by side on a single screen, so you don’t have to switch between block and designer.
There would be no need to have the navigation bar on the blocks page
Well, I tried to make a simple browser, but there was a lot of problem such as feature, poor performance because of there is no engine etc.
I thought, maybe I can hide navigation bar with another thing which controls web pages.
And, here it is! An browser extension to hide Kodular Creator’s navigation bar. Actually, this is a very good idea for me, becaue you don’t need to create a browser to make the dual screen. I used the existing one.
It is a good thing for me because I also learned how to create Chrome extensions.
Then you can help them by creating extensions for features you want instead of waiting and/or begging to the staff.
Staff members are not a robot which can do everything in seconds.
Staff members have a life like others. So sometimes they may not have free time.
Treat staff as a human. Not a robot.
What is your problem? Do you think they can do everything in minutes or seconds? They are a human, of course, they will add features/fix bugs in spare time.
You all voted to this topic to get an option to disable the Kodular’s navigation bar. Looks like 17 users want this feature.
Then I and @Daaniiieel made a browser extension to disable Kodular’s navigation bar. Yeah, staff maybe could have added this feature, but we wanted to help the staff. Because we had possibilities to hide the navigation bar already. So asking for a feature from staff which we can do already is only wastes the time. Now, the staff doesn’t need to add this feature. We basically, saved time to them. So they can focus on another thing(s)
And this I Want request done, finished and we have the option to disable navigation bar anymore (you don’t even have a dual screen):
We do not beg but give some more effective ideas to a larger number of users
We may suffer from many problems in different things. The dual-screen option may add some ease to some, but we care about apps that are created over the platform
Especially since what I have reached today is wonderful
Given how easy it is to have multiple screens using something like SpaceDesk on Windows (sadly no such easy way on Linux), multiwindow capability would be very useful! I could keep the designer open on my tablet, and modify blocks on my desktop monitor.
P.S. On this note, a separate components panel and property inspector would give the same boost to productivity. ^^’