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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Drop cursors

Drop cursors indicate where it is possible to dock views in the Workbench window. Several different drop cursors may be displayed when rearranging views.

Up arrow

Dock above: If the mouse button is released when a dock above cursor is displayed, the view will appear above the view underneath the cursor.

Down arrow

Dock below: If the mouse button is released when a dock below cursor is displayed, the view will appear below the view underneath the cursor.

Right arrow

Dock to the right: If the mouse button is released when a dock to the right cursor is displayed, the view will appear to the right of the view underneath the cursor.

Left arrow Dock to the left: If the mouse button is released when a dock to the left cursor is displayed, the view will appear to the left of the view underneath the cursor.
Stack icon Stack: If the mouse button is released when a stack cursor is displayed, the view will appear as a tab in the same pane as the view underneath the cursor.
Restricted icon Restricted: If the mouse button is released when a restricted cursor is displayed, the view will not dock there. For example, a view cannot be docked in the editor area.

 
 
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