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How to restore the SQL panel in then database explorer

Posted on 2003-12-03
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Excuse, I believe that this it is a stupid question, but in the database explorer of the Delphi 6.0 when increasing the size of the window of results of SQL commands, the panel where the commands SQL is written it disappeared and I have not been able to restore it. That I should make to restore it?
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kretzschmar earned 250 total points
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search in the registry for

DbX.MainSplit

and set there the value greater 0

maybe its another split meant,
in this case look up the registry-folder,
where DbX.MainSplit resides

meikl ;-)
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