CrossDesk windows all mixed up - how do I restore the original layout??
Thread poster: Heather McCrae

Heather McCrae  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 05:33
German to English
Jun 3, 2012

hello everyone
just by mistake I managed to drag the window in crossDesk on the left across my monitor and couldnt get it back. And while trying to put it back I have now got the crossTerm and Search window in completely different places and the one window has vanished. no idea how to restore the original crossdesk layout. been looking through all the help but no help found
can anyone help me, I really need it all back so that i can finish my translationicon_frown.gif((
regards
Heather


 

Heather McCrae  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 05:33
German to English
TOPIC STARTER
have found the answer! Jun 3, 2012

ok, found the answer to the crossDesk problem:
right-click in toolbar at top and select "Restore toolbars"
well, it helps to know the various windows in Across are apparently called toolbars and not windows or views or something sensible.
phew, am I glad - hope this helps someone else too sometime
Heather


 


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