you can make it yourself, but unfortunately you have to add it per patch. i've got this saved in my clippings folder.
this works with option-p (on mac, will have to be edited for win),and it remembers the window locations and sizes. props to whoever first posted this:
Never used this feature before, thanks. But for some reason the fade time between presentation and normal mode is significantly longer when you use the keyboard shortcut vs. when you click on the menu item. Have you noticed the same?
...also I think this overrides the print command (?), which you might want to remove by doing a search for 'print'. And its a good idea to keep a backup copy of the maxinterface.json in case you make a mistake.
Finally, don't forget to add a comma to the end of the second to last line- "flags" : 3,
I included the comma by mistake in the first example but it wont be there by default. If you don't include it your drop down menu will disappear until you add it back.
> Ah, yes...but I've never found a way to print from within Max
> anyway. It's
> not listed in the menus, and Command-P doesn't work, at least. So,
> I think
> using "P" is a safe bet.
> That said, IS there a way to print, other than a screen capture?
> This would
> be really useful!
You can export patches as images. It generates png files up to 300dpi
(depending on your preferences).