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By default, tools windows are re-used where possible. For example, suppose you already have a Listener window (potentially iconified) but do not have an Inspector window. When you choose Window > Tools > Listener , the existing Listener is displayed. When you choose Window > Tools > Inspector , an Inspector is created and displayed.

You can switch off re-use of tool windows via the command LispWorks > Preferences... . Uncheck the Reuse all tools box and click OK . Now, when you choose Window > Tools > Listener a new Listener is created, regardless of whether one already exists, and other tools behave in the same way.

The setting of Reuse all tools will be retained for your subsequent LispWorks sessions.

Common LispWorks User Guide (Macintosh version) - 11 Apr 2005