Hey folks. I wanted to see if I could motivate anyone else to post screenshots of their typical screen layout. I’m pretty unimaginative and am secretly looking to steal any productivity secrets I might find. In-particular I never pull tabs out of the UI. My image is large so I’m hosting off-site, I suggest the same.
Here is my fairly vanilla layout, it wasn’t possible until I started using a 4k monitor which at the right size is like having 4x1080p monitors stacked 2x2.
So Blueprints open top-left. top-right. bottom left and then astrogrep and p4 on bottom-right. If I have VS in the mix, it goes into the upper right quad or sometimes dead center. I do builds on virtual desktop 2 and move chrome around to a specific quad based on what I’m referencing. Sometimes I go full-screen with if I’m working on sequencer or level design.
I like that layout a lot, mine sucks in comparison. Mine is basically whatever Unreal decided for that day. I would have something more proficient like you do, however, my monitor situation is not as good as yours is.
Not long ago when I was on the single 1080p, I just split the screen in half / and then VS full screen. The windows 10 virtual desktops really saved me there.
I was curious to see if anyone pulled certain tabs out of the ide.