If you right click on a toolbar at a part of the toolbar that doesn't contain
an icon, a context menu pops up that you can use to toggle the various
toolbars on an off. But if you close them all there is no longer any toolbar
to click on to bring up that context menu, so you can no longer restore any of
the toolbars. I found a workaround by clicking on the Messages/Log File icon
in the lower left hand corner and then right clicking on the toolbar-like line
at the top of the bottom pane, which then shows the context menu for the
toolbars again. But I feel like there must be a better way to do it than that.
Is there some other way to restore the toolbars if you close them all?
Benito van der Zander
But the context menu should also appear if you right click on the menu
bar at the top
On 09/24/2012 04:04 PM, SourceForge.net wrote:
And even on the title bar.
Thanks for the quick replies. There is no menu bar or title bar to click on in
OS X Mountain Lion. I tried clicking pretty much everywhere possible and
nothing worked except as I described in my original post. Sounds like it isn't
as much of an issue in Windows or Linux.
Ok, OS X. None of the active developers is using that platform. So support of
it is kind of experimental.
You could try right-clicking a splitter (e.g. the one between the left panel
and the editor), or the toolbar of the embedded viewer. Very hackish, but may
work for the moment.
I want to conform what Monks is saying. However, if you click on the
Messages/Log File button on the lower left hand corner of the app, the menu
will reappear if you click on the Messages/Log File bar. This did not work if
I tried this with the structure button-but when you do so, it makes sense why
that is the case.