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28.3.2 Window control

There are several commands which give you control over the current window.

Choose Windows > Lower to push the current window to the bottom of the pile of windows on-screen.

Choose Windows > Raise to bring the current window to the front of your screen.

Choose Windows > Quit to quit any windows selected in the graph.

Choose Windows > Destroy to destroy any windows which are selected in the graph. You are prompted before the windows are destroyed.


LispWorks IDE User Guide (Unix version) - 25 Nov 2011