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Reposition a window using docking stickers

Docking window

Docking stickers appear in response to your cursor location as you drag one docking window into another window or into the graphics window.

For examples, see the Help topic, Using docking stickers.

Dock a window along the perimeter of the application window
  • Position the cursor on the grabber bar or title bar of the window you want to move.
  • Hold the left mouse button as you drag the docking window toward the edge of the Solid Edge application window where you want to dock it.
  • With the cursor positioned over the docking sticker along that edge, release the mouse.
Tip:

If you do not like the result, double-click the title bar of the window you just moved.


Position a window inside another window
  • Position the cursor on the grabber bar or title bar of the window you want to move.
  • Hold the left mouse button as you drag the window into another window where you want to dock it.
    A group of docking stickers is displayed in the middle of the destination window.
  • Do one of the following:
    • To dock it along an edge of the destination window—Position the cursor over one of the four directional stickers in the group.
    • To add it to a tab group in the destination window—Position the cursor over the round sticker in the center of the group.
  • When the preview is displayed, release the mouse.
Add a docking window as a tab
  • Drag the docking window into the destination window where you want to add it to an existing tab set or as a new tab.
  • When the group of docking stickers is displayed, move your cursor onto the round sticker in the middle of the group.
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    A shaded preview of the tab is displayed inside the destination window.
  • Release the mouse button.
    The tab appears as another tab in the tab set.
Turn off docking stickers
  • To turn off the docking stickers, press Ctrl as you drag the window.
Float a window
  • Do either of the following:
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  • Double-click the title bar of a docked window.
  • Press the Ctrl key while dragging the window.
Tip:

This enables you to float the window near a border, in a position that would otherwise result in the pane being docked.


Return a floating window to its previous location
  • Double-click the title bar of the floating window.
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