How do you hide a Visual Studio window of properties and an element panel when the code editor is activated?



  • Why, in Visual Studio, there's one window mask used when the designer is active and the code window is active. There's probably a reason, because you can also open it on the parts of the screen and so... But I don't use this opportunity, and I don't feel comfortable that part of the screen when I write the code takes over the windows the properties and the panel of the elements I need when I use the designer. Is it possible to build a studio to automatically conceal them when I have an active code window and automatically display when the designer's window is active?

    P.S. I have a version of 2008, the answer is for her. But please also leave answers for any version.



  • But please also leave answers to any version.

    Starting with the version Visual Studio “14” CTP 2: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/visualstudio/2014/07/08/visual-studio-14-ctp-2-available/ It was possible to keep the IDE open window marking.

    How do you describe it here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/4k7zyeba.aspx

    If you're short, you break the windows as comfortable as you are and you choose in the top menu. Window > Save Window Layout♪ Then you break the windows differently and keep another mark. Switching between markings with a combination of keys: CTRL + ALT + 1..0

    Video instruction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZ4LDZU7c_s

    The only minus is not available in Visual Studio 2008


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