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PowerBuilder 12.6 Classic - Default Layout corrupted

PowerBuilder 12.6 Classic - Default Layout corrupted

PowerBuilder 12.6 Classic - Default Layout corrupted


I have PowerBuilder 12.6 Classic. Somehow my Window Painter layout got screwed up. When I first launch PB, any previously open screens do not open maximized. When I do maximize them, the title bar is missing. I tried restoring the Default Layout, but the behavior has not changed.

My application and screens run fine when I build them. This is just an IDE issue but it is a bit annoying.

I appreciate any suggestions.
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RE: PowerBuilder 12.6 Classic - Default Layout corrupted

Try deleting the pb.ini file in your Appdata folder then start PB.
Try reinstalling PB.


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RE: PowerBuilder 12.6 Classic - Default Layout corrupted

I deleted the PB.INI file and that seemed to fix it.
Thank you.

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