You can change the default size of various windows or panes in FlexSim. For example, while you have the User Manual open, the Quick Properties pane (right pane) changes to show the Table of Contents. You could resize this pane if you want to make the Table of Contents a little bit larger so that the topic titles fit on one line.
To resize a window or pane:
If needed, you can change the way that FlexSim displays windows and tabs in the center pane. See Window and Tab Display Options for images with examples of each of the different window and tab arrangements.
To re-arrange the way windows or tabs are displayed or docked:
When you first open a model, the center pane displays the model. But sometimes using certain tools will open up a new window or tab in the center pane as well. For example, when you first opened the User Manual, it probably split the center pane into two panes with the model on the left and the User Manual on the right.
By default, FlexSim splits the center pane into two panes when you open a tool that requires a separate window or tab. However, you can customize the way windows are displayed. You can dock (pin) these windows in a variety of ways for easier access, as described in the following sections.
You can undock the tool's window and float it as an independent window, separate from the main FlexSim window:
You can pin the tool window to the tab bar. This allows you to display the tool as a separate tab that will fill the entire center pane. You will be able to switch between various tabs by clicking the tabs you want to view (similar to tabbed browsing in a web browser):
You can split the center pane horizontally with the model on either the top or the bottom pane:
You can split the center pane vertically with the model on either the left or right pane: