You can configure the Window Browser using the Preferences dialog. To do this, choose LispWorks > Preferences.. . or click to display this dialog, and then select Window Browser in the list on the left side of the dialog.
Figure 27.2 Window Browser Preferences
The Window Browser Preferences has three tabs:
Sorts items alphabetically by name.
Sorts items alphabetically by package name.
Displays items in the order they are defined in. This is the default setting.
You can control whether the Window Browser displays its history toolbar by the option Show Toolbar in the General tab of the Preferences, as described in Toolbar configurations.
There are several types of window object which can be displayed in the Window Browser, and you can configure which types are displayed using the Display Component panel of the Components tab in the Preferences dialog. Six options are available; select whichever ones you want to display.
Displays the major layouts available to the current window. For the parent window of the environment, this means all the windows that have been created. For an individual window, this means the configuration of the different panes in that window.
Displays CAPI panes in the current window.
Displays any pinboard objects in the current window. See the CAPI User Guide and Reference Manual for a full description of pinboard objects.
Displays any menus available to the current window.
Displays any menu items available to the current window. This option only takes effect if Menus is selected as well.
Displays any graph objects in the current window. See the CAPI User Guide and Reference Manual for a full description of graph objects.
Displays any toolbar items available to the current window.
By default, the Window Browser gives each item in the graph a short name. You can also display the complete symbol name for each item if you wish, as displayed in the Window line of the Description list. You can configure this option from the Components tab of the Preferences.
LispWorks IDE User Guide (Macintosh version) - 12 Feb 2015