Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2005 08:21:45 -0500
Reply-To: Gregg Snell <gsnell@DATASAVANTCONSULTING.COM>
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From: Gregg Snell <gsnell@DATASAVANTCONSULTING.COM>
Organization: Data Savant Consulting
Subject: Re: EG windows docking?
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Yes, the windows will dock elsewhere, you just need to experiment. But
I have also had issues with the windowing, once to the point of having
to uninstall/reinstall. Before doing that, however, try going to
Tools>Options and clicking on the "Reset Docking Windows" button. You
may also want to select "Separate document windows" and then
individually right-click on certain windows to toggle the dockable property.
Arjen Raateland wrote:
>Recently I installed SAS 9.1.3 + SP3 & hotfixes and Enterprise Guide
>3.02 + hotfix on a new Windows XP workstation and I'm still in the
>initial get-to-know EG phase.
>Originally the EG workspace was set up quite nicely, as I remember it,
>but now I don't seem to be able to make the windows dock, but yet not
>overlap. They only dock at the top edge and become as wide as the
>The documentation leads me to believe they should: "To dock a window,
>drag it to an edge of the application until it changes shape and then
>My question: do EG windows actually dock anywhere else than at the top
>edge or is there something wrong with my installation?
>(there could be as today EG locked up so that after closing the project,
>EG wouldn't shut down at all, not through File, Exit and not from the
>Mr. Arjen Raateland
>Finnish Environment Institute SYKE
>phone +358 9 4030 0350