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