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Strange windows arrangement

Ronaldo
Is there any OpenSCAD manual section with a summary of the standard Ctl key strokes? I guess I accidentally hit some Ctl key combination and get an unusual window arrangement were the view area cannot be moved:

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Re: Strange windows arrangement

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Looks like you got you editor window entangled with the mouse.

To repair it, you grasp the editor window at the title bar and drag it to
the left side of the application window. When you see a light blue panel it
is about to dock and you can let it go. Similarily you can drag the console
window to snap in the right bottom area.



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Re: Strange windows arrangement

Ronaldo
Thank you, Parkinbot. However, neither the console panel nor the editor panel stays at one side of the viewing area when I drop it there. As it can be seen in my previous image, the viewing area panel has no title bar so it cannot be moved. I am able to put one panel on the top of the other by moving the editor panel or the console panel but the viewing window panel will occupy be the whole horizontal space in the OpenSCAD window. No way, for instance, to have the three panels side by side.

Em sex, 7 de jun de 2019 às 21:55, Parkinbot <[hidden email]> escreveu:
Looks like you got you editor window entangled with the mouse.

To repair it, you grasp the editor window at the title bar and drag it to
the left side of the application window. When you see a light blue panel it
is about to dock and you can let it go. Similarily you can drag the console
window to snap in the right bottom area.



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Re: Strange windows arrangement

Ronaldo
Solved! It was my mistake. The viewing area panel has no title bar and cannot be moved directly. But I have found the way to arrange the panels the way I wanted. 

Em sáb, 8 de jun de 2019 às 20:44, Ronaldo Persiano <[hidden email]> escreveu:
Thank you, Parkinbot. However, neither the console panel nor the editor panel stays at one side of the viewing area when I drop it there. As it can be seen in my previous image, the viewing area panel has no title bar so it cannot be moved. I am able to put one panel on the top of the other by moving the editor panel or the console panel but the viewing window panel will occupy be the whole horizontal space in the OpenSCAD window. No way, for instance, to have the three panels side by side.

Em sex, 7 de jun de 2019 às 21:55, Parkinbot <[hidden email]> escreveu:
Looks like you got you editor window entangled with the mouse.

To repair it, you grasp the editor window at the title bar and drag it to
the left side of the application window. When you see a light blue panel it
is about to dock and you can let it go. Similarily you can drag the console
window to snap in the right bottom area.



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