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Re: Compiling & GUI handling

From: Torsten
Subject: Re: Compiling & GUI handling
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2012 19:16:26 +0100
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On 20.11.2012 14:22, Reza Housseini wrote:
> For the GUI: ist it possible to place somehow the editor window and the
> comand window side by side? It much more useful when you directly see
> the output when running the script, especially when debugging. 

Hi Reza,
You can move a widget (e.g. the editor) by clicking on its title bar and
drag the widget from its actual position. Whenever the widget reaches a
possible new position a frame is highlighted showing the new position
where the widget would snap in. If this does not happen next to the
command window, make sure the main window is large enough. A widget can
also be made floating (by moving it beside the main window or by
clicking on the button left to the close button (cross) in the top left
corner of the widget.

> For the
> graphical debugging: is it intended that there is no feedback (e.g.
> green arrow at line) when doing debugging?

This feature is not yet implemented.

Best regards, Torsten

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