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Question: Is it recommended to use 2 displays/spaces with Xcode 4 or is there a way to use it on a single display/space configuration? I'm testing Xcode 4 with some sample projects to get used to it and I'm finding it a bit difficult to use it with a single 30" display (and a single space) when multitasking. The problem I'm facing is that the Xcode 4 window is filling mostly all the screen and for instance when I need to look for documentation in Safari (or the documentation viewer), I always end up hiding the documentation which I need to then bring back to the front (to copy-paste things for instance). I'm running Xcode 4 almost fullscreen because if I want to display the source list, the inspector, the console and hopefully a bit of source code, I have to. Maybe I just need more practice using it but I would be interested in knowing how people organizes their environment to work with Xcode 4 to see if I can improve things on my side. (I certainly need more practice as I usually end up quitting Xcode 4 when I've finished modifying a xib as I think I'm in Interface Builder). _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Xcode-users mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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