Customizing the Graphical User-Interface

Floating Windows

A window is referred to as a Floating Window if it can be moved around freely without depending on other windows in the application. For example, in the figure below, the Object Browser window is floating.

Figure 128:  An example of a floating window.

To make window float, right-click the title bar of the window or the window tab and select the Floating option from the menu, as demonstrated in the figure below.

Figure 129:  Floating windows.

Once a window is floating you can return it to its original location by right-clicking the title bar of the floating window and un-checking the Floating checkmark. You can also place the floating window in other frames of the application. Please refer to the section Moving and Placing Windows for additional information.

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