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Arranging the Editor, Console and Display on a Mac computer

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On a Mac computer, how does one display the Editor on the left and the Console and “Display" (not sure what the correct name for this is, but where the model is displayed) on the right.  This is demonstrated in one of the pictures in the OpenScad introduction, but not how to achieve that effect. I  am using the newest Mac version of OpenScad (2019.05).  Thanks!






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It works for me. I can just drag the windows around. What do you see?

Lee

On 5/20/2020 12:47 PM, Eric Frank via Discuss wrote:

> On a Mac computer, how does one display the Editor on the left and the
> Console and “Display" (not sure what the correct name for this is, but
> where the model is displayed) on the right.  This is demonstrated in
> one of the pictures in the OpenScad introduction, but not how to
> achieve that effect. I  am using the newest Mac version of OpenScad
> (2019.05).  Thanks!
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I think I was not dragging the windows correctly. The window I moved was always jumping back to its previous location.  But based on what yo u said, I tried it again and now it works.  Thanks!

> On May 20, 2020, at 1:56 PM, Lee A <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> It works for me. I can just drag the windows around. What do you see?
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> Lee
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> On 5/20/2020 12:47 PM, Eric Frank via Discuss wrote:
>> On a Mac computer, how does one display the Editor on the left and the Console and “Display" (not sure what the correct name for this is, but where the model is displayed) on the right.  This is demonstrated in one of the pictures in the OpenScad introduction, but not how to achieve that effect. I  am using the newest Mac version of OpenScad (2019.05).  Thanks!
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