@Zip2K: I was about to make the same suggestion, but the limitation is that both windows are slave to the Fusion main window. So if you want to have EE on one screen and Frame Editor on another, you would have to span the Fusion main window across two screens. They are not independent, floating windows. Not sure if that will work with all multi-window setups.
Not sure if this is possible, but can you make Fusion ignore "send to debugger output window" actions if the debugger is closed so that they don't continue to slow down the runtime?
Also, is there a reason why the profiler always starts off collapsed? It takes at least two clicks each time to get to anything useful.
I suppose it makes sense to not open everything by default for MFAs with lots of different frames, to not flood the view with millions of items. Though it would be nice if at least the frame-level and "Times" sections were unfolded (and perhaps a checkbox in the properties to unfold "Events" by default too?...or else a hotkey to collapse/fold all sections at once?):
By the way, have I missed something, or is there no way to profile global events?
Global events are included in the event list, lines from global events start with "Global Events, line #xxx". Same for behaviors.have I missed something, or is there no way to profile global events?
By the way, is it possible to increase the limit of altVals in the dropdown menus from 13? Finding the right altVal before 2.5+ could get annoying sometimes when they were split into two groups. With 2.5+ and the increased number of AltVals, it can be like finding a needle in a haystack:
Yes, it's rare that an object would have so many altVals as this one - I have a tendency towards using lots of altVals and even I only have one object with more than 50. But surely it's even rarer that someone would have such a small monitor that displaying 26 (or 40, or 52) at once would be a problem.
Anothet thought that I just mentioned in another thread - an option that will set all newly created Actives as Global. Perhaps with a warning dialogue that warns the user of the implications.
For me personally, this would be very useful as I am using Global Events with multiple frames.