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Default viewport layout in 3D MPR mode

Nov 15, 2021 11:33 PM
by rads014
Hi, is it possible to set a default viewport layout in 3D MPR mode so that it does not need to be set every time?

Nov 25, 2021 10:00 AM
by RadiAnt
No, currently it's not possible.
Nov 30, 2021 09:23 AM
by rads014
Could you please add this feature if possible? Thanks!
Dec 20, 2021 12:11 AM
by RadiAnt
Yes, we've added your request to our to-do list.
Sep 30, 2023 07:14 PM
by irresponse
Up, this is relevant for me too!

(first post in the forum, sorry for any bad english).

I have the same issue with the 3D MPR layout, which I use A LOT with CTs (sometimes I open 3D MPR multiple times in the same studie).

Currently I do the following sequence of keyboard and mouse clicks:
1. F2 - (to open 3D MPR)
2. mouse click - (to maximize the 3D MPR window, I want the window to always open maximized)
3. F4 - (to change the default viewer layout to the 2nd option)
4. F4 again - (to change the 2nd layout to the 3rd layout, which is my preferred layout for my monitor in landscape orientation)

So every time I need 3 keyboard presses and 1 mouse click to open 3D MPR, maximize the window and change it to my preferred layout. With the option to set the preferred viewport layout and window size, this can be shortened to only one F2 click to any layout desired.

Thank you for your attention.
Oct 5, 2023 03:10 PM
by RadiAnt
Please check our latest beta version. Window position and layout should be remembered for the 3D MPR (and 3D VR window).
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