By default the LispWorks IDE starts up with the Podium and a Listener.
If you want to see other tools each time you start the LispWorks IDE, then you can add action items in your personal initialization file, or in a saved image.
For example, to start an Editor tool, define an action on the pre-defined "Initialize LispWorks tools" action-list:
(define-action "Initialize LispWorks tools"
"Make an Editor Tool"
:after "Create default the tools")
Note: the names of the various tools are exported in the
For more information about action lists, including an example which opens specific files in the Editor tool, see the LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual .
LispWorks IDE User Guide (Windows version) - 12 Feb 2015