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Docking windows

Docking windows

1. Docking windows


A docking window can stick to the main application boundaries or to the other windows boundaries.

1.1. Move a docking window


In the picture below, we have a chart window and four docking windows.
To move the right panel or window to the left, first click on the caption of the right panel (Where it is written Composite in this example).



Move the mouse while keeping the mouse left button pressed; a blue rectangle will appears, continue moving this rectangle to the left panel.


An icon with five rectangles appears, select the right rectangle then release the mouse button.



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