Style toolbar question - Mac interface

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#1

Hi

Is there any way to make the style tool bar indicate what style it is on? I am using Mac sketchup and there is no feedback about the active style. From what I can tell from videos online, Windows users can tell which style is active.

A small thing but this would be very helpful to new users.

Thanks

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#2

on my mac’s, the current style has a much heavier boarder…

are you not seeing that?

john

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#3

Thx. for replying.

No unfortunately not. Here is a screenshot with x-ray and shaded with textures turned on. It seems like both should have a border, or grey background to indicate they are turned on.

I did a thorough search online for this problem, and have not found anything.18%20PM

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#4

I wonder if it is related to screen resolution. Here’s what I see on my MBP Retina - no visible accent.

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#5

my bad, I was thinking of the Styles Panel, not the Toolbar…

the Toolbar has never ‘locked’ on as SU uses a momentary button in the nib file…

john

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#6

I did experiment with screen resolution after the suggestion above as I have been using an external monitor, but behaves the same way on the retina screen of my MBP.

John must be right - there is no present state indicator that stays on. (I do get a flash of a grey button when I change style.)

Thanks for your feedback.

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