If instead of a toggle when you went to the analyzers and had a list of your most recently used analyzer would that help?
No. Read on.
I’m curious about your use case of having to enable and disable analyzers vs. using different tabs?
By tab you mean session? Regardless, I use Logic to debug 2 SPI devices, therefore 2 analyzers. It’s not always that both peripherals are enabled, which makes up for 3 use cases (both on and 2 more with either on). Some pins stay afloat when they’re not being used, which causes occasional readings of the floating signals to show on the Data section of the analyzer, and I assume that implies in more unnecessary strain on the analyzer? Idk. Sure, I could disable the streaming of the unused analyzer, etc, or there could be a single toggle button that solves does away with it all.
As for the channel resizing thing, you really nailed it on v. 1.2.29. I guess it’s because everything seems bigger on Logic 2? Anyway, I’m just making a case for equally sized channels, with a bias towards it being smaller.