Panel Menu "Visiting" Behavior

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Adobe: All Products: Menu System

It would be nice if the sub-menu tabs had an additional "visiting" behavior that worked as such -

Let's say I have there is the Adjustments panel, and the Adjustments is in focus. However, in that panel there is also Masks. If I click Masks tab, it switches to Masks panel menu. Great. However, when I am done in masks, I typically have to click back on Adjustments to get things where they need to be. I am suggeting a new behavior, where if you hover over a hidden menu like Masks in this example, Masks automatically opens up. My curosor is inside the masks panel menu clicking the settings. Now, when my cursor leaves the Masks panel, the Adjustments panel shows and hides the Masks panel automatically.

So, it is kinda like setting a "default" panel menu for each panel. Click on hidden menus still works the same, but hovering momentarily will allow you to "visit" that particular menu and allow the defaul menu to reappear on cursor exit.

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Paul Jordan

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Posted 7 years ago

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Shashidhar Reddy Puchakayala, Employee

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Hi Paul,

Thank you very much for your suggestions. We will definitely consider your feedback.