Codevision AVR code editor pane

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hey guys, does anyone here know how to maximize these window?? sorry for my bad english..

 

 

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Last Edited: Tue. Nov 22, 2016 - 03:52 AM
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Do you know there is also a Codevision Yahoo group.

 

I had a look at mine but I'm new to Codevision and couldn't immediately find it. Have you checked the manual and the help menu.

 

Keith.

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It should be just like any other Window Pane in a Windows GUI.
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i.e. grab the bottom right hand corner and stretch it to the size and shape that you want.
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Alternatively, grab the whole Pane and a blue docking icon appears. Move the pane onto the position that you want.
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David.

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Personally I just double-click title bars to maximize child windows - have you tried that?

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I've tried that, but the pane doesn't want to stretch. 

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i'm sorry, but which tittle bar did you mean??

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yes i have.. but the manual doesn't say anything about that problem.

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Sorry about my earlier message.   I typed on a Tablet without testing it on the PC.

 

I have CV 3.28 on this Laptop.

 

I have managed to reproduce your screen layout.   By unattaching all the windows (by clicking on each drawing pin icon)

Then I "Closed All Files" to leave an empty Editor Pane.

 

Opened a C file.   Undocked it from the main Editor Pane.   Floated it away.   Then resized it by stretching the side of the frame and the top/bottom of the frame.   The bottom corner does not work.

 

I can drag your small window around the main editor pane.   As I move it,  a Blue docking icon appears.    I drop it where I want.   e.g. to make two horizontal panes or a single pane or two vertical panes.    Or outside the "cross".   In which case,  it remains undocked.

 

If I double-click on the title-bar (like Cliff),   the floating window occopies the whole screen.   Not just the editor pane.

 

If you have a big monitor,  it is useful to have two editor panes,  side by side.

 

David.

Last Edited: Tue. Nov 22, 2016 - 05:10 PM
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FWIW I can't get my main edit window to shrink like the OP's so I can't help with how to maximise it again.

pragmatic - dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical consideration.

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Follow my plan.  i.e. Close All.   Then Open a C file.    Grab the filename tab above the title (full filepath) bar.   This will undock the file.

 

This procedure is a little fiddly.    I wonder how the OP managed it.

 

However dragging the OP's tiny pane and dropping it back in the main Editor pane is easy.

 

David.

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I have the same problem and none of previous approaches could not help me.Really it was occurred after installing the evaluation version of codevision 3.29. Any comment?

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i have the same problem  and mine happened after installing and uninstalling the 3.30 evaluation version

 

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My advice in #10 should work in most GUIs.

 

i.e. grab the window title bar and move the whole pane to where you want it.   e.g. dock it or float to a different place.

 

When you dock a window pane,  it will adjust in size to fit its new position.

 

David.

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thank you but i tried it. it won't dock anywhere else  just back on the tiny editor pane

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My advice was to open anothe C file. That will go into the regular Editor pane. Then you can dock your orphan window into the Editor pane.

David.

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Hello

Please delete all the *.ini files from:

C:\ProgramData\HP InfoTech\CodeVisionAVR directory on the corresponding PC.

Regards,

Pavel