hey guys, does anyone here know how to maximize these window?? sorry for my bad english..
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.
It should be just like any other Window Pane in a Windows GUI.
i.e. grab the bottom right hand corner and stretch it to the size and shape that you want.
Alternatively, grab the whole Pane and a blue docking icon appears. Move the pane onto the position that you want.
Personally I just double-click title bars to maximize child windows - have you tried that?
I've tried that, but the pane doesn't want to stretch.
i'm sorry, but which tittle bar did you mean??
yes i have.. but the manual doesn't say anything about that problem.
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.
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.
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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.
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?
i have the same problem and mine happened after installing and uninstalling the 3.30 evaluation version
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.
thank you but i tried it. it won't dock anywhere else just back on the tiny editor pane
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.
Please delete all the *.ini files from:
C:\ProgramData\HP InfoTech\CodeVisionAVR directory on the corresponding PC.
my problem fixed. thank all of you very much
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