How do I maintain the source code window layout when I close a project?
Hi, I am using MPLAB X IDE version 5.10 (but the same issue/question exists with every other version I have used). I typically split the source window in half as shown below and keep my header files on the right and my source files on the left, for ease of editing. if ind this works well for me as I can get at everything I need quickly.
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Every time I close and re-open a project, however, MPLAB removes the second source window and just shoves them all back into one window:
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This is irritating, especially if i have a lot of headers open, as I then have to painstakingly drag them all back into the second window.
Is there a way of getting MPLAB to remember this layout? I have noticed in one of the project XML files that it stores which files are open, the order of the tabs and where I am in each file, but shouldn't it also contain which window/section the file is in?
I have looked at the release notes for both 5.15 and 5.20 and neither mention anything like this, so I don't believe updating will help.