Bug: docked layer panel
Dock the Layers panel to the right hand of the screen. Group the Channels in that docked panel. Now two tabs are available: the Layers and Channels.
Single-clicking a tab switches to that panel. So far so good.
Switch to the Channels tab and display the channels. Now DOUBLE-CLICK the Layers tab.
Result: the layer stack is displayed, but is non-responsive. Layers cannot be selected nor be worked with. The GUI elements at the top and bottom of the Layers panel are also non-responsive. Scaling PhotoLine's window results in a section of the screen copied into that area.
Work-around: double-click the Layers tab once more (sometimes works), and the functionality is restored. Or switch to the Channels tab, and double-click the Layers tab to restore it. You can tell that there is an screen update issue when switching back to the Channels tab, btw: a small seam displays the windows desktop.
The Layers panel is not the only one affected: double-clicking on the Channels tab also displays the channels, but the entire panel is unresponsive.
It seems that by double-clicking the tab of a docked panel within a group of panels the panel's content is collapsed, but a screen copy is still displayed which is non-functional.
Another thing observed: dragging the channels away from the docked group when the panel exists in this non-responsive state caused PhotoLine to display a "PhotoLine is not responding" message, which cleared up after a few seconds.
Solution: a docked maximized panel should not be allowed to collapse its content within this context.
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