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I've lost the bottom half of my properties panel. How do i get it back?

Posted on 2004-08-19
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This may sound strange, but I've some how lost the bottom half of my properties panel. This is annoying because i use the W H X Y boxes all the time. I can still see the top half of the panel and i can for example set the colours of a rectangle i just drew but i cant postiion it becaause the W H X Y boxes are missing. I've made the panel higher and there is just an empty space where the boxes should be. See http://www.puseyuk.co.uk/temp/flash.JPG

How do i get it back?
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by:blue-genie
ID: 11840373
Hi there. This happens sometimes to me too.
Best way to get it back, right click to close it and open the panel again, that usually does the trick.

blu.
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by:davepusey
ID: 11840403
Nope that didnt help.
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by:cparcell
ID: 11840572
Click the black arrow in the bottom right corner of the Property Panel.

Charles P.
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by:davepusey
ID: 11840621
If you take a look at the screenshot i posted, you'll notice that there isnt one.
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muso120999 earned 2000 total points
ID: 11840685
Have you tried dragging the toolbar from its "docked" position (drag using the top-left bit of the panel)
... or patching Flash to 7.2?
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by:blue-genie
ID: 11840700
when all else fails, reboot.

i suspect its not a flash problem but rather something related to ram issues.

ps. it happened to be this morning - and i just closed it and reopened it - was cool.

sorry then

:-\
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by:muso120999
ID: 11840712
or open "Window > Design Panels > Info"
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by:cparcell
ID: 11840809
If everything else fails, uninstall -> reinstall

Charles P.
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by:davepusey
ID: 11840873
Undocked it. The little expander arrow then appeared so i clicked it and then redocked and now its back again. thanks.
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by:muso120999
ID: 11840893
Glad it worked :-)
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by:davepusey
ID: 11840915
Me too
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