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[.net] .net 2003 splitting editor windows?

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on dual screen system, is it possible to have 2 of the same .CPP/.H file open, one of one screen and one on the other?

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I have another question about .net 2003 :

In VC++6 we could close the output window (for example) by pressing ESC, it's not working in .net 2003, is it possible to configure it?

thanks

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on dual screen system, is it possible to have 2 of the same .CPP/.H file open, one of one screen and one on the other?
I think the splitter only works horizontally, so you'd have to have the monitors arranged one on top of eachother in the display properties.

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Like this you mean, but over 2 monitors?
Image hosted by Photobucket.comObviously this is VS6 - are you asking is STILL possible in .net2Kx, or did you not know VS6 could do this?

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no I mean, have one totally seperate editor window on the second screen. So imagine draggin the tab of the source file you want to view into the second screen.

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