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Completely Lost with the Floating Panels/Windows


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I just dumped Gimp for this reason...But I need to quickly dock all the Studio windows. Too many floatations! Arggghhh. Give me two minutes and I don't know what I clicked. However spending this much time to get back the panel on the right side of my screen is a nightmare.

 

Is there a quick way to bring back the side panel in docked mode?

 

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The side panel is called the Studio. In the View menu there is a Studio submenu with a bunch of options to turn on & off the various panels, plus at the bottom a "Reset Studio" one. I suspect that might do what you want.

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