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Cinema 4D’s interface and UI customizability is amazing in my opinion. However, there are a few menu’s that are oddly not editable/dockable, the scene Display Filter being one of them. This is the one that let’s you globally Hide or Show Elements in the scene. It’s something I often find myself going to in order to reduce clutter. I’m not sure why I dislike going to that little menu so much, it’s seemingly convenient but I still find myself wanting to dock it and have the buttons visible for quick access. So I went ahead and made this possible through the use of some groundbreaking(laughs) code. Now you are not only able to dock the Display Filters you can even get rid of the ones you don’t want to avoid further clutter! Also feel free to re-order them and put spacing between them for easier readability.
If this is something that interests you hop over to the downloads section and drop the folder into your C4D>Library>Scripts folder then access it from your Script dropdown menu at the top, tear it off, customize it and dock it! Once you have it in it’s own palette you’ll probably want to right click in the menu > Show > Icons, that will hide the unnecessary python icon for each button:) For more help on installation check the youtube video above.
Thanks for stopping by and happy filtering!