Originally Posted by JiggeryPokery
eXode was the first to suggest this last year, iirc. And all of us smacked our hands against our foreheads and proclaimed "d'oh!", wondering why no-one else had thought of that before.
And perhaps it's even more relevant now because Microsoft clearly want to do an Apple and remove all legacy software to move everyone to TIFKAM: but as we know, TIFKAM does not (currently?) support multiple windows: it's full screen. Juggling Reason's three screens around will be largely impossible should Reason have to be rebuilt for it. A single-screen vertical option will be essential.
Yeah! And toggle the mixer view with a hotkey or icon, or drag it downward from the top.
Also, for those curious, my setup is dual monitor. I keep the mixer on the portrait-rotated monitor, and my tool window and sequencer/rack window on the landscape-rotated one. There isn't enough room to have the sequencer, rack, and tool window on one screen side-by-side, and it's really inconvenient if i want to maximize the sequencer or rack (tool window blocks it, have to do it manually which takes a minute, who wants to do that over and over???). But my setup is better than a single combined window with the tool window on the other monitor (believe me, and I've tried that and many other setups, and this one is the most ideal for me). I personally would be delighted if at least, the sequencer and rack could go in one window that was divided that way. If the tool window could be "docked", that would be awesome. I realized it can't really go on the window itself because then you would have multiple tool windows, one in each project. Or would that be a good thing I wonder???
Anyway, landscape monitors are ubiquitous. Reason should rotate with the times :)