The Information Windows can be arranged inside the XSLT and XQuery Debugger interface. Windows can be docked in the interface, can float in it, and can be arranged as a collection of panes in a window. You can use the following mechanisms to arrange the windows.
In the XSL/XQuery menu, placing the cursor over the item Debug Windows pops up the list of Info Windows. You can hide or show individual windows by clicking the window.
This toggles the display of the window on and off.
The context menu can be accessed by right-clicking a window tab or title bar.
Click the required option to cause that window to float, be docked or be hidden.
You can drag a window by its tab or title bar and place it at a desired location.
Additionally, you can dock the window in another window or in the interface using placement controls that appear when you drag a window:
•When you drag a window over another window, a circular placement control appears (see screenshot below). This control is divided into five placement sectors. Releasing the mouse key on any of these sectors docks the dragged window into the respective sector of the target window. The four arrow sectors dock the dragged window into the respective sides of the target window. The center button docks the dragged window as a tab of the target window. You can also dock a window as a tab in another window by dragging it to the tab bar and dropping it there.
•When you drag a window, a placement control consisting of four arrows appears. Each arrow corresponds to one side of the Debugger interface. Releasing a dragged window over one of these arrows docks the dragged window into one side of the Debugger interface.
You can also double-click the title bar of a window to toggle it between its docked and floating positions.