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Split view of design and source in XPages editor
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In the XPages editor in DDE, I'd like to be able to view design and source in one screen.
And/Or, even better, design on one monitor, source on the other!
(26 Jan 2010)
A great idea Joseph, would make development a lot easier.
(26 Jan 2010)
I agree too. With Eclipse you can drag/drop pretty much every other component to wherever you like it but for some reason not Design/Source. The need for multiple monitor support is much larger than just this. If Eclipse itself supported multiple monitors we could pretty much place whatever we want on each monitor. For me that would more like be my Xpages design on one monitor and my SSJS code on a second monitor.
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