After you get comfortable with RDz’s Eclipse tooling, you may wish to stay in Full Screen (Maximized) viewing mode as much as possible in order to take advantage of the significantly larger edit and browse presentation/display.
However â€“ while in Full Screen mode, you will (very quickly) want to gain access to the RDz functionality provided in your primary workbench Perspectives:
This is no problem â€“ because all of the Views you can access in â€śnormalâ€ť workbench mode (z/OS Projects Perspective, etc.) are available as minimized icons on the extreme left and right hand areas of the maximized viewing area:
By clicking a minimized icon you activateÂ the View it symbolizes
Net: While RDz’s default Perspectives provide exceptional “Screen Real Estate” (working edit/browse areas), Maximizing your Views extends the advantages – and learning how to manipulate the minimized icons while in Full-Screen mode will make all of your program analysis and coding easier.