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Docking The Information, Placement and Drag and Drop   Version 11

Started 4/4/18 by srbstratton; 452 views.

From: srbstratton


Hi everyone!  Can anyone please send a video of how on earth to get my information, placement and drag and drop boxes back on the side?  I inadvertently hit something and messed them up and now I can't get them back to the original placement.  When trying to use the docking tool, I can get them lined up side by side on the left side of the screen, but not stacked one on top of another.  After 2 days of trying, I getting ready to resort to resetting everything, which I DESPERATELY do not want to do!  Any help would be greatly appreciated!  


From: 2KevR


Hi Srbstratton - The instructions in this link should help you;


In reply toRe: msg 2

From: srbstratton


Thanks Kevin.  I was hoping to be able to get them re-docked without resetting everything and having to go in and change all of my preferences, but I think you've answered my question as to whether that would be possible or not.  Obviously, it's not.  :(   Thanks again for the fast response and the help!


From: langensiepen


I have a guide here which may be of help: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4szr1crs0e75haw/Floating%20to%20Docking.webm?dl=0

Make the boxes you want float then move them into the position where you see the little blue boxes appear.

I also have a 2020 Settings Saver script which saves all the major settings and makes restoring the settings very easy: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3rilalcdzxxhdhc/V112020SettingsSaver.cmd.org?dl=0

Save it to your desktop and then rename it deleting the .org on the end. Run it and follow the instructions - it creates a 2020RESCUE directory on the desktop with all the current menu and icon placement etc. Run it when your 2020 is set up as you want it and then if anything goes wrong, run it again and follow the restore procedure.

When you run the routine, it's self explanatory but please post here if you have any questions. It's written for V11 but should work for V10 as well.