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How to resume Project Explorer, Properties and editor arrangement and layout?

How to resume Project Explorer, Properties and editor arrangement and layout?

How to resume Project Explorer, Properties and editor arrangement and layout?

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Hello,
Somehow I screwed up the layout of those windows but tried to make them come back where they were and failed. Is there any shortcut to get the thing done?
I read some posts before and I'm not the only one who has the issues. I remember I figure out a way of doing it but I forgot again, an old timer, what do you expect?

What I'm looking for is on the left side, Project explorer on top; Properties under it; then the editor window stays side by side on the right. Why is it so hard to resume the order as the initial start?

thanks in advance.

RE: How to resume Project Explorer, Properties and editor arrangement and layout?

Did you try this approach... ponder


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