What if I could double click the application title bar to minimize a window into the dock?
Double-clicking a title bar to minimize a window is Mac behavior that goes back to the first release of OS10 in 2001. It is based on an even older behavior from OS9 where double clicking a title bar would "windowshade" the window like a roller blind rolling up into itself.
Apple and Adobe train us all the time to adapt to new technologies and interfaces. Some behaviors we learn are easy to shake off and adapt to the new ones, especially if we haven't done them for very long. As a creative professional who has obviously done this for a long time, I've learned to be flexible. But this one, the reflex is so second-nature to me. Double click the title bar, the window should minimize to the dock. I still have this problem, Adobe, and I cuss a blue streak every time I double click the title bar in indesign and instead of minimizing, it mocks me and fills the screen!
Adobe please be consistent on these matters. Either return this functionality back to indesign and illustrator, or remove it from ALL the apps so users can move on.
Don't get me started on all the different ways each program resizes objects uniformly. Or zooms, for crying in a bucket. :)
Exactly!!!!!!! Maybe instead of spending the time to break a perfectly usable function that is uniform across a plethora of applications, your team could spend that time making a progress bar, I don't know, actually track progress...