Maximize Application

Maximize Application

Tim Catalano
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Description

Use the ribbon button to cause the application to fill all your screens available. If you have only one monitor, it will just maximize to that screen.

 

Everyone here at my company that likes to work across multiple screens has found this tool to be very useful. Working on large building systems projects in 3D, it is often very useful to see what you’re working on in multiple view simultaneously.

 

Previously we were using the NVidia NView application to do this for us, but it occasionally just stops working. We also got some new workstations with ATI cards in them, and their application doesn't work the same. Now we get consistent multi-monitor spanning very easily within the application.

 

In version 2 I have added a new support command SplitAtScreen that will split your modelspace into viewports with their edges aligned to the edge of your physical monitors.

 

Make sure to check out some of my other tools, just look for the section "By The Same Publisher" to the right.

 

If you or your company would like a digitally signed version, please contact me at the customer support address to the right.

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About This Version

Version 2.0.3, 7/3/2017
Updated for 2018

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Customer Reviews

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  • I like it
    Krzysztof Stasiuk | July 13, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Very usefull. I don't use ribbon so I made shortcuts keys.


  • Works great
    Björn Öfverstedt | March 19, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Recent download, just thought I'd leave my first impressions here as a comment. Two new buttons that works exactly as they should. A more evolved version that puts the ribbons on all screens would really maximize my process...or I'd just ought to learn to use hotkeys...


    TIM CATALANO (Publisher) | March 22, 2016

    I know what you mean with the ribbon, unfortunately it's a bit out of reach at the moment programmatically to duplicate it across screens. but if you're sly enough, you can dock another item by it's side. some here where I work dock their command prompt next to the ribbon on their second screen. it's a bit tricky, but if you work at it just right it will dock right next to it.


  • perfect!
    Dick Lasy | June 17, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    well done, helpfull and works fine on my desktop in Civil3d

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