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Ribbon no longer at top, now added to palette, how to change back

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rkent

Per title,  I was experimenting and would up with the Ribbon panels on the same palette as the Properties Palette.  They used to display just like in AutoCAD and I am not sure how to get them back.  If anyone can help I would appreciate it.

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rkmcswain

Do you mean like this?

 

 

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rkent

Yes, that is what I have now, I want it back to the default.

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rkent

Turns out I just needed to grab the tab for Ribbons and drag it back to the top to dock it.  I kept trying right click and also dragging the whole palette up instead.

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rkmcswain

Yeah, I was going to say what you just did, but I wanted to make sure I understood the problem. :)

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steven-g
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You can do that with most of the toolpanels, as you drag one over the other you get various areas highlight in blue, it allows you to stack panels together to all four edges, or if you drag one panel onto the center blue area of another it creates tabs. I have the layer, properties and structure browser arranged as tabs like this, it's a great way to organize them.

You can organize any of the toolpanels  this way, either dragging the tabs or the edge on the panel with the 5 small dots

Edited by steven-g

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