AFPEx - Window Layout
AFPEx uses a 'tabbed' browsing approach so that you can have
more than 1 page of the application open at one time.
The tabs can be popped out from the screen and moved around
the current view to almost any format.
To move a tab to a different location, simply hold down the left
mouse button on the tab and drag it to the location you wish to
move it to. A green border will display where the window
will move to whilst you have the mouse button depressed.
When you logout of AFPEx, it saves your current window
layout. So the next time you login to AFPEx, you will be
presented with exactly the same layout.
The Maximise button will operate the current tab to a full
The Minimise button will operate the tab to the bottom of the
The Restore button operates the tab back to it's original size.
The Pop-out button operates the tab to open in a new window.
Current View Button
The Current View button can be used to access help on the
current tab view.
AFPEx allows you to use more than one set
of window layouts by using something called
Perspectives. These are stored layouts which you can
switch between which can incorporate more than one window,
just like the screen above. To access the Perspectives
and switch between these views, select the Terminal menu and
then Open Perspectives.