How to dock the Output window?  [SOLVED]

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How to dock the Output window?

Postby 2haerim » 17 Apr 2008

Once the Output winodw is undocked, it is not possible to dock it back to where it was before. Double clicking the Output window title always places the Output window at the top position, not the bottom.

BTW, the undocked output window is moving out of the PLEditor. Is this the correct behavior?

Please check.

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Marina Pashkova
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Postby Marina Pashkova » 18 Apr 2008

Hi HaeRim,

We haven't been able to reproduce the problem. Could you please send the screenshots before and after?

Thank you.

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Re: How to dock the Output window?

Postby McGeorge » 22 Jun 2018

Hi there,

I have the same problem. Please see attached screenshots. The problem occurred when I dragged the top edge of the Output window to enlarge it. The window then completely detached from the editor. No matter what I did the best I could was to dock it at the right side of the editor. The window is supposed to be docked at the bottom of the editor based on default setting, which is the best to work.

Could you please help look into the problem and advise how to dock the Output window at the bottom? Please also advise how to enlarge the Output window when it is docked, without detaching any other windows.

Undocked.PNG
Undocked Output window floating
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Docked.PNG
Docked Output window but at the right side
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Thanks.

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Re: How to dock the Output window?  [SOLVED]

Postby Henry MultiСharts » 22 Jun 2018

Hello McGeorge,

You need to drag the Output window and drop it on the Ready word in the status line at the bottom of the PLEditor window.
All tabs are resized in a regular way - move the mouse cursor to the edge of the tab until a double-headed arrow appears. When this arrow appears, click and drag it to make the window larger or smaller.
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