How to restore original display layouts

I was working with Optiperl and unlinked the screen displays.  So now I have screens either floating or cascading in a single window.  

How do I get the original formatted display that Optiperl comes with back?

Appreciate all responses.  :-)

Answer:
Optiperl comes by default with the layouts "edit", "debug" and "run". Unless you saved over these, you can load them by selecting any from the Windows menu.

If you have saved over them, then you can try reinstalling. If this is not possible, you can also delete all layouts (all the *.lay) files from the folder

C:\Documents and Settings\{Active User}\Application Data\OptiPerl\Settings

This will default optiperl to a "generic" layout the next time you load.

04.08.2005. 22:47

aneisa on 16.10.2007. 11:15

cool layouts

Write a comment

:

:

:


7 + 2 =