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I have just started using Oracle SQL developer.  i am facing an issue, i closed a connection window, a sub window in the application and i was not able to restore it.  did any one face this issue.  were you able to restore the window ? not sure, if i am not aware of some simple thing.  

This is not critical, but nice to have/know kind of thing.

thank you in advance.
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go to view and click on connections option, i assume you are using 3.0
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thanks., that was quick
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