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  • verb Past participle of autohide

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Examples

  • The files are purged using 'overkill' and they are big because there is a lot of information in them, but there aren't images or hatches, I have the layers pallete attached to the right of the workspace with the autohidden option.

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  • The files are purged using 'overkill' and they are big because there is a lot of information in them, but there aren't images or hatches, I have the layers pallete attached to the right of the workspace with the autohidden option.

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  • The files are purged using 'overkill' and they are big because there is a lot of information in them, but there aren't images or hatches, I have the layers pallete attached to the right of the workspace with the autohidden option.

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  • The files are purged using 'overkill' and they are big because there is a lot of information in them, but there aren't images or hatches, I have the layers pallete attached to the right of the workspace with the autohidden option.

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  • It means that it can be floating, docked to either side or autohidden as any other IDE window.

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  • It means that it can be floating, docked to either side or autohidden as any other IDE window.

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  • Moin a_h_k, you know the difference between hidden and autohidden, don't you?

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  • It means that it can be floating, docked to either side or autohidden as any other IDE window.

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • It means that it can be floating, docked to either side or autohidden as any other IDE window.

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • Moin a_h_k, you know the difference between hidden and autohidden, don't you?

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