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Missing Menu (Toolbar) and OE

Posted on 2002-07-07
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Hi,

When I open Delphi 5 just by launching the EXE (not using file association execution), I don't get to see the Menu (Toolbar) or the Object Inspector.  Can anyone tell me why not?  I can get them back sometimes by pressing F10, F11 and F12.

If I execute Delphi by way of a file association (double click on a DPR) it works fine.

Any help would be greatfully appreciated!

Cheers,

Stu
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Hi stu,
did you try saving your desktop ?
~(ie set desktop layout as you wish then from menu "view"-"desktops"-"save desktop")

Barry
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(put's on dunce's hat and stands in the corner).

Thanks Barry :)  I forgot about that.  I'm having one of those years.

Cheers!

Stu
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no worries :)
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