Extra Windows Recentering in Image Editor

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  • I'm going to try my best to make this not come off as a complaint.

    Look, I know Image Editor isn't supposed to be as good as Photoshop. I know it's limited. I know it's made to just do some basic, quick little fixes and then you close it out. But even then, when it comes to anything having to do with small edits, or ANYTHING animation-related in your game, you're forced to use this thing.

    The extra windows that pop up when you click on Origin Point or the Palette Editor - why oh why can you not make it remember their last location.

    I cannot tell you how many times I have to move around windows on a daily basis, when all this time could be completely solved with sticking these windows in one spot, and then STAYING there. These windows have no business popping back to center every single time you click a different option or access another function. Why can't they just stay put? I know a lot of this sounds like "sour grapes," but please, just a little something like this would make using C2, (and just my life) SO much easier and better.

    Thanks for your time.

    Here's a fun little animated gif of exactly what I'm talking about. The same thing can also be said of the Origin Point editor, or when you crop all frames at once (Shift-Crop) or a number of other basic tasks.

    <img src="http://www.ryanbarrett.me/personal/c2imageeditor_frustrations.gif" border="0" />

    I know I can't be alone on this.

    (Using latest version of C2 on a Win7 machine.)

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  • Please forgive my rudeness for bumping this topic, but I really would appreciate some kind of response from someone. If not the people who are working on C2, then someone else who also has this problem? Anyone?

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