Docking paletes

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Docking paletes

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If I remember correctly, palettes used to dock on the right side of the window stacked one on top of the other.
How do I get them to do that again?
Right now, they're stacked side-by-side and are the full height of the window. Needless to say, that takes up a great deal of my workspace.

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Re: Docking paletes

Post by LeviFiction »

When dragging a floating palette you should see tabs appear as you drag it over certain areas. Drag it over an already docked palette and you should see a tab to dock it beneath the already docked palette.
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Re: Docking paletes

Post by jimbir »

Thank you! It worked fine but I found there's a trick to it. The tabs you speak of are very faint and you have to drag the palette's title bar over the down pointing arrow.

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