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Topic Title: Max Button
Topic Summary: User configured subsections were max button does not work.
Created On: 1/2/2014 2:14 AM
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Answer This question was answered by PGore, on Thursday, January 16, 2014 5:30 PM

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User configured subsections were max button does not work. Because it only maximizes the field to the size of the subsection and not for full screen.What is the solution for that?

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As far as I may see, in the section type called “3.2 DSC Process Heat/Cold” there are 3 child boxes called Steps, DSC Heat/Cold and Autotext within parent box called Root.In this case, each time when you click on the Max button on any of the child boxes it will extend to fit the full size of the parent box Root.In the section type called “1.0 CPP Method Section”, it seems there are more layers of boxes within boxes within boxes. But each time when you click the Max button on the child box it will fit the size on parent box.

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Question:

User configured subsections were max button does not work. Because it only maximizes the field to the size of the subsection and not for full screen.What is the solution for that?

Answer:

As far as I may see, in the section type called “3.2 DSC Process Heat/Cold” there are 3 child boxes called Steps, DSC Heat/Cold and Autotext within parent box called Root.In this case, each time when you click on the Max button on any of the child boxes it will extend to fit the full size of the parent box Root.In the section type called “1.0 CPP Method Section”, it seems there are more layers of boxes within boxes within boxes. But each time when you click the Max button on the child box it will fit the size on parent box.

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