Developer Workspace grabs the whole screen
trygver at ifi.uio.no
Sat Jan 17 13:54:47 UTC 2004
Many thanks to Ken and Brian. Two answers within the space of a few hours.
I should have found the answer myself, but the functionality is so enormous
that it is easy to miss the one important command.
I am still in doubt if I can spend the time to become a Squeak expert when
there is such a lot I want to implement. There is any amount of Squeak
stuff I need to learn. And much to port (e.g., a flattening browser,
persistent objects, role modeling, reverse engineering) All this pulls me
towards staying with VW. But the wonderful Squeak community, the added
flexibility + the openness pulls me strongly towards Squeak. Time will show.
Again, thanks for rapid response
At 16.01.2004 17:52, Trygve Reenskaug wrote:
>I just picked up Squeak again after a few weeks doing other things
>(refactoring my web pages). Loaded 3.6-5429 and installed Developer
>Workspace. Lots of very interesting and promising stuff.
>One question: The developer project grabs the whole screen. I can't find a
>way to reduce its size so that I can effectively do other things at the
>same time. (There is no halo resize button visible on the screen). Any way
>around this? (WIN XP)
>>At 16.01.2004 13:02, Brian T. Rice wrote:
>> Yes, from the desktop menu, select "appearance...". This brings up a
>> submenu with the entries "full screen on" and "full screen off". Toggle
>> being-full-screen with those. You can also halo-drag those onto the
>> desktop as buttons for easy access.
Yes, from the desktop menu, select "appearance...". This brings up a
submenu with the entries "full screen on" and "full screen off". Toggle
being-full-screen with those. You can also halo-drag those onto the
desktop as buttons for easy access.
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