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Delphi design-time and editor position and size

tijoentijoen Member Posts: 141
Hi, this is a really noob question
but it bugs me since I started Delphi.

How do I save or whatever to keep my editor options(position, size, toolbars), as the last time I used it?
for example...
I like to fullscreen the editor, but yet showing the pallet and then close the variable, functions viewer, with this, I use F12 and F11 to show the form and the editor, and when buiklding a package, I like to put it in the place that would be the variable, functions viewer
but everytime I close my project and open it again, I have to do this all the time
is there anyway to fix this?
this is so much boring.
Btw I am using Delphi 7

thanks!

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  • zibadianzibadian Member Posts: 6,349
    : Hi, this is a really noob question
    : but it bugs me since I started Delphi.
    :
    : How do I save or whatever to keep my editor options(position, size,
    : toolbars), as the last time I used it?
    : for example...
    : I like to fullscreen the editor, but yet showing the pallet and then
    : close the variable, functions viewer, with this, I use F12 and F11
    : to show the form and the editor, and when buiklding a package, I
    : like to put it in the place that would be the variable, functions
    : viewer
    : but everytime I close my project and open it again, I have to do
    : this all the time
    : is there anyway to fix this?
    : this is so much boring.
    : Btw I am using Delphi 7
    :
    : thanks!

    In D5 one can manage Delphi's appearance using the View > Desktops. Otherwise you should look in the help and search for "desktop".
  • tijoentijoen Member Posts: 141

    : In D5 one can manage Delphi's appearance using the View > Desktops.
    : Otherwise you should look in the help and search for "desktop".

    Thanks!!!!!!
    so easy and this was bugging me out since I started Delphi :-(
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