2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 19, 2006 10:28 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Panels preferences in DW 8 for Mac

    mark999
      The help section mentions a Preference where I can check which panels float on top, and which ones drop behind the active document window. I had this set correctly, but when I reinstalled Dreamweaver, I cannot find it.

      My problem, I have the Files Panel enlarged, with both remote and local columns showing. When I open a new document, it is behind the files panel, and I cannot bring it forward. The help feature mentions the preference to deal with this, but it does not show up in my preference list.

      woodenski.
        • 1. Re: Panels preferences in DW 8 for Mac
          mark999 Level 1
          Bump

          No replies to this?

          Is this problem so impossible that there is no solution?

          So obvious that noone will even give me RTFM?

          A major bug in Dreamweaver that noone wants to admit?

          My question is so poorly phrased that it does not make sense?

          A solution would sure be appreciated.

          mark
          • 2. Re: Panels preferences in DW 8 for Mac
            Level 7
            Bumping is useless as most people access the forums via news reader.

            And as such, can't see your original message.

            Maybe you should restate your question and anything that you've tried to
            solve your own issue.

            "mark999" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
            news:e76k96$aut$1@forums.macromedia.com...
            > Bump
            >
            > No replies to this?
            >
            > Is this problem so impossible that there is no solution?
            >
            > So obvious that noone will even give me RTFM?
            >
            > A major bug in Dreamweaver that noone wants to admit?
            >
            > My question is so poorly phrased that it does not make sense?
            >
            > A solution would sure be appreciated.
            >
            > mark
            >