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Old 08-25-2018, 06:16 AM
DaveyNL DaveyNL is offline
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SecureCRT 8.5 Beta, Session manager behaviour

All,

I noticed that with SecureCRT 8.5(1731) Beta it's not possible to "pin" the session manager open or to move it over to the right as you can in the Windows version.

Is this as planned? If so I would like to add a feature request to change to behaviour to make it the same as with windows.

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Old 08-25-2018, 12:15 PM
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Hi DaveyNL,

Yes, it can, you just don't have the pin icon on the Mac version.

Watch this video on Session Manager on our YouTube channel. Around the 45 second mark is where the difference about pinning is explained (repositioning is around 1:08).

Basically, right-click any object in Session Manager and choose Auto Hide Session Manager. It's a toggle, so if presently you are in auto hide mode, it will take you out of it. Once out of auto hide, the repositioning process is the same as on Windows.
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Old 08-25-2018, 03:17 PM
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Hi DaveyNL,

Yes, it can, you just don't have the pin icon on the Mac version.

Watch this video on Session Manager on our YouTube channel. Around the 45 second mark is where the difference about pinning is explained (repositioning is around 1:08).

Basically, right-click any object in Session Manager and choose Auto Hide Session Manager. It's a toggle, so if presently you are in auto hide mode, it will take you out of it. Once out of auto hide, the repositioning process is the same as on Windows.
Thanks! I found it now.
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