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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Detached views

Windows only Detached views are views that are shown in a separate window with a smaller trim. They work like other views except they are always shown in front of the Workbench window. 

Picture of Workbench window with a detached view containing the Task view on top of it

You can create a new detached view by dragging any open view outside of the Workbench window or by selecting Detached from the menu that opens when you right-click the view's tab.

Related concepts.
Workbench

Related tasks
Detaching views
Moving and docking views
Maximizing a view or editor


 
 
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