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workspace window disappeared in acubench 9.1.1

I have a problem with ACUBENCH 9.1.1 , i use this editor from many years but this morning when i push the button to show the WORKSPACE ,this window doesn't appear.

 

Do you know a solutions?

 

thank you.

 

Maurizio from Italy.

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RE: workspace window disappeared in acubench 9.1.1

We ran into this with Acubench 9.0 with multi monitors and having the window undocked. A change to the monitor layout caused the window to not display in the visible area.

The only way we found to fix was to set the old monitor layout back up where the window was accessible, and dock it first before changing the layout.
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RE: workspace window disappeared in acubench 9.1.1

The "brute force" way to get it back would be to go into the Registry and delete the key HCKU\SOFTWARE\CASEMaker\AcuBench9xx (while AcuBench is NOT open). The next time you start AcuBench it will recreate this key (and all of its subkeys) with the factory defaults, and (hopefully) your Workspace will be visible again.

You might want to export this key to a .reg file before deleting, or just rename it. Then you can compare the old and new and maybe you'll find the particular subkey or value that controls this. Otherwise, restoring to the factory defaults will cause you to lose any custom layouts you've set up (like visibility/ position/size of menus, toolbars, various editor & designer panes, etc.)
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