Hide preview shortcut
As a user, I really often use the preview mode to see the results of what I'm drawing and to test all the actions.
To do so there is the very handy shortcut command + enter which allows you to open the preview mode. Would it be possible to assign the same shortcut to hide it? So when the preview panel isn't opened and I click cmd + enter I will open it and if I click it again when it's opened I would close it.
This double functionality would increase my workflow by a lot so I wouldn't have to reach the cross with the mouse every time to close it and show/hide the preview panel very fastly.
It would be really handy when I work on my laptop because without the second monitor I'm not able to work with the preview mode open.
Thanks for the suggestion! There is a system shortcut you can use to close the window. On Mac you can use Command+W, and on Windows you can use Alt+F4. Hopefully that helps.
No Idea if this is a bug, but Command+W doesn't work on Mac OS (Catalina) when the preview window is open. Please fix this, I totally agree with Brenno's statement above