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3DEXPERIENCE: Tile Horizontally/Vertically

3DEXPERIENCE: Tile Horizontally/Vertically

3DEXPERIENCE: Tile Horizontally/Vertically


How could I get/create Tile Horizontally/Vertically in 3DEXPERIENCE?
I tried to create a shortcut, but it doesn't work...…

I found something related on YouTube (by 3DEXPERIENCE Edu):

But I do not get anything except what's in the picture bellow:

Could somebody help me on this topic, please?

CAD 2015

RE: 3DEXPERIENCE: Tile Horizontally/Vertically

This picture shows how I'd like to get my windows displayed:


CAD 2015

RE: 3DEXPERIENCE: Tile Horizontally/Vertically

3DExperience manages the app windows (widgets) by grouping them in tabs. You can tile the windows within a tab, but you can't tile the tabs. So, what you need to do, is to group your windows into a single tab.

There is a preferences setting to open new widgets each in a new tab, and I think it is On by default. If you clear this setting, the process will become easier. You can right-click on the tab and select "Widget Layout Preferences" to get to this setting quickly.

If you don't clear the setting but you want to tile the windows anyway, you can click and drag the window frame of one window, out of its tab, and into another tab.

Once you have multiple windows within a single tab, the tiling options become available.


RE: 3DEXPERIENCE: Tile Horizontally/Vertically

Thanks for your reply.
I've followed your suggestion:

But I still can't get the two windows tiled:

Where I was wrong?.....

CAD 2015

RE: 3DEXPERIENCE: Tile Horizontally/Vertically

I think, you can click and drag the window frame of one window, out of its tab, and into another tab.

RE: 3DEXPERIENCE: Tile Horizontally/Vertically

It worked!
Thank you MarkF!


CAD 2015

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