Doubleclicking in the titlebar will place the tray to the earlier position
Do you see the docking symbols?
If you create another tray, and then drag the tab somewhere else, do you see the docking symbols than while moving the second tray back over the default?
What I have done that seems to have worked. Hooked up a dual monitor. Changed the resolution for each by going to lower resolutions. Moved SU to secondary monitor. Expanded SU to Maximize. Made secondary monitor the only display, opened SU. Changed worked space preferences by UNchecking Use Large Tool Buttons and later rechecking them, deleted all my custom trays and then created a new one, Switched display back to both monitors and changing the Display Resolution of both back to their “Recommended” settings (1920 x 1080), and Unchecked both boxes for Graphic Settings and later rechecked them.
I cannow double-click on the Title Bar of the custom tray, the Pin appears and by clicking on it, the tray docks.
The only the that does NOT work is getting the docking Symbols to appear.
Windows-P did the trick, now the docking Symbols appear. Thank you!
However, it seems the docking behavior has changed previous versions of SU, for example, when docking one tray with another tray or trays. Is that true or is it my imagination? If so, is there some where this is documented and perhaps a video demonstrating how docking is supposed to work?
SketchUp still has issues with 4K and 5K monitors. It also still will only support display scaling up to 150%. (There should be an open issue to support higher scaling of 200%-250% for 4K and 5K displays.)
And there are still problems with multi-display setups, especially where the display scaling or resolution differs from display to display. (Again, there should be open issues for these various problems.)
Currently, SketchUp does not support 5K on windows because it isn’t really supported by the OS. HDMI supports only up to 4K. If you connect a 5K monitor with HDMI it isn’t really 5K but a scaled version of 4K unless you have special cabling and only one 5K monitor connected to your win desktop. If you have a mixed monitor setup then graphics stability is an issue in general and not just SketchUp.
Right now, the scaled max support is 150%. The goal is to officially support 4K w/ 200% scaling and we are working towards that goal.
Hey Dan, I figured you would be interested. HDMI 2.1 will support the higher graphics but then you need a better graphics card to support the higher DPI as well. I just got used to 4K and it’s really expensive to move up to 5K. ;)K