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Hello All,

This might be the silly question. But I am not able to get it.

In JBuilder,  Messages Pane is suddenly disppeared. I try to get it back in all possible ways. Including resinstalling the software. But I am not able to find the solutions. The final solution is Reinstalling OS itself, which I don't want to do.

I need help from people who uses JBuilder.

Regards
Sudhakar
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by:Nick_72
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Go to 'View' -> 'Panes' -> 'Messages'

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by:sudhakar_koundinya
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I use JBuilder X
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by:sudhakar_koundinya
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>> Go to 'View' -> 'Panes' -> 'Messages'

I did
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in that case, place your cursor just above the statusbar, and move the mouse up while holding down the left mouse button. It has probably been minimized.
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just above the statusbar = upper edge of the statusbar
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I have tried that too already :(
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And you don't have it 'iconified'? (then it appears to the left as a sort of toolbar)
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by:sudhakar_koundinya
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>>then it appears to the left as a sort of toolbar

No
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That was strange...I'm sorry, I'm out of options here...
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Because of this, I am not able to debug my messages, and I am not able to see my compiler errors using IDE :-(
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On Toolbar there will be a button whos tool tip is like "Messages" click this. if u dont find it then Try to run ur project in debug mode, i.e. by pressing F8 key and ur message pane will become appear.
before starting debug mode. make sure you have made breakpoints.
otherwise tell me which version of JBuilder r u using?

Naeem Shehzad Ghuman
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by:sudhakar_koundinya
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>>On Toolbar there will be a button whos tool tip is like "Messages" click this. if u dont find it then Try to run ur project in >>debug mode, i.e. by pressing F8 key and ur message pane will become appear.
>>before starting debug mode. make sure you have made breakpoints.

Did but no use .

>>otherwise tell me which version of JBuilder r u using?

I have already mentioned that. I use  JBuilder X
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thanks for trying to help me

Regards
Koundinya
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