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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Fast View Bar

The fast view bar is the place where fast views are docked. It may be docked on any side of the workbench.

Here is an example of what a fast view bars looks like: 

Fast View Bar

View Buttons

These buttons provide a quick way to display the fast views in the current perspective.  Fast views are essentially minimized views that have been dragged onto the shortcut bar.  Fast views pop up when selected, and revert back to their minimized state when you click outside of the view. They may be oriented either horizontally or vertically according to their configuration. To convert a fast view back into a normal view, click Fast View in the view's menu or drag it back to the workbench. To add a view to the fast view bar you can:

  • Click the button on the left of the fast view bar. This will open a menu containing the views appropriate to the current perspective.
  • Right click the view in the workbench and select Fast View.
  • Drag the view from the workbench to the Fast View bar.

Related reference
View Toolbars
Workbench Window Layout


 
 
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