Watch Those Windows – Use Screensets Instead
Suppose you have the Arrangement Window open…
Instead of calling up a screenset, you hit ⌘ 8 to bring up the Environment window…
You do some more editing in the Arrange Window, then bring up another Environment Window with ⌘ 8. After repeating this a number of times, look behind your Arrangement Window:
That’s a lot of open windows. Memory info in Activity Monitor, with one Arrangement Window and an Environment Window open:
Memory info with an Arrangement Window open and ten Environment Windows:
So, use Screensets. You can close multiple windows in one go while holding down ⌥. Click ‘cancel’ when Logic Pro asks you to save any changes, and you’ll be back to one open window.