By docking windows, you can keep frequently-used windows open but out of the way while working on a project. You can dock windows and panes in two different areas in Cakewalk:
Top/bottom/left/right edge. The Control Bar, Inspector and Browser can be docked along Cakewalk’s edges.
The Cakewalk interface consists of five primary UI elements, each with its own default location. The following list shows the types of windows that can be docked in each location, and the default for each location.
Figure 464. You can dock most windows and panes at the top, bottom, left and right of Cakewalk’s interface.A. Control Bar B. Track and Clip Inspectors C. MultiDock (Piano Roll view shown) D. Track view E. BrowserWhen dragging the Control Bar, Inspector, Browser, MultiDock and other views towards any edge, a colored rectangle indicates a valid drop location.
Dock Control Bar at Top. Select this option to dock the Control Bar above the Track view.
Dock Control Bar at Bottom. Select this option to dock the Control Bar below the Track view.
Float Control Bar. Select this option to undock the Control Bar.
To dock, do one of the following:
Click the Docking Options button and select Dock at Right or Dock at Left.
To undock, do one of the following:
Click the Docking Options button and select Undock,.
Click to the left of the Dock/Undock button and drag the Inspector to the desired location.
Figure 466. Use the docking controls to change the position of the Inspector.A. Expand/Collapse B. Docking Options C. Dock/Undock D. Click here to drag the InspectorTo dock, do one of the following:
Click the Docking Options button and select Dock at Right, Dock at Left, Dock in MultiDock, Dock at Top, or Dock at Bottom.To undock, do one of the following:
Click the Dock/Undock button .
Click the Docking Options button and select Undock.A. Click here to drag the Browser B. Dock/Undock C. Docking Options D. Expand/CollapseMore detailed information is shown in the Media Browser and Synth Rack when the Browser is floating or docked in the MultiDock.
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