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    Shyanne
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    Default Lost page properties

    Somehow I have lost my properties pallet ( the one that expands when you
    click on either the layout, text, background, nav bar. etc.) It does come up
    but will not expand so you can edit things. This just started recently, and
    I have checked everything I can think of to get it working again. I am
    using NOF 10.

    I have recently lost partial vision in both eyes due to a stroke and have
    basically been updating the 30+ sites I maintain by memory, but the lose of
    this tool has really affected me, can someone tell me how to get it working
    again??

    Thank you,
    Shyanne


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    First check to make sure that the palette is enabled: From the menu bar select View and make sure there is a check before the Properties Inspector option

    If it is enabled and you still cannot find it on your desktop you will need to set your screen resolution up a tick at a time (increase the resolution) until it appears. Grab the palette and drag it to the center of your desktop, then reset the screen resolution back to where you normally keep it.

    Sometimes palettes can get "tossed" off of the visible desktop area and this is about the only way to find them and bring them back into view
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    Ok the palette is enabled (Has always been but do to my not being able to
    see very well I must have done something to make it no longer
    expand, )however I never had changed my resolution previously, truthfully I
    do not quite understand what you are asking me to do next.... the palette
    does show up but it will just not expand for me. If you can try telling a
    1/2 blind old lady again exactly how to fix this I would greatly appreciate
    it, it's driving me nuttier! I am on windows xp as well.

    Shyanne



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    >
    > First check to make sure that the palette is enabled: From the menu bar
    > select *View* and make sure there is a check before the *Properties
    > Inspector* option
    >
    > If it is enabled and you still cannot find it on your desktop you will
    > need to set your screen resolution up a tick at a time (increase the
    > resolution) until it appears. Grab the palette and drag it to the
    > center of your desktop, then reset the screen resolution back to where
    > you normally keep it.
    >
    > Sometimes palettes can get "tossed" off of the visible desktop area and
    > this is about the only way to find them and bring them back into view
    >
    >
    >
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shyanne View Post
    Ok the palette is enabled (Has always been but do to my not being able to
    see very well I must have done something to make it no longer
    expand, )however I never had changed my resolution previously, truthfully I
    do not quite understand what you are asking me to do next.... the palette
    does show up but it will just not expand for me. If you can try telling a
    1/2 blind old lady again exactly how to fix this I would greatly appreciate
    it, it's driving me nuttier! I am on windows xp as well.

    Shyanne

    Monitor rez (resolution) is controlled by your OS (windows xp). This URL will tell you how to get to your screen rez settings in XP

    http://www.helpwithpcs.com/tipsandtr...ion-win-xp.htm

    Make sure you have Fusion open before you change your screen rez so that you can locate the properties palette.

    Before you move the slider up to a higher resolution, make a note of where it is set so that you can bring it back down once you locate and move your properties palette to the center of the monitor.

    This should get you all sorted out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shyanne View Post
    Ok the palette is enabled (Has always
    been but do to my not being able to see very well I must have
    done something to make it no longer expand, )....

    the palette does show up but it will just not expand for me.
    I don't think I am understanding your question.

    Is the palette visible Y/N ?

    The answer I gave is if palette cannot be found (does not seem to exist).

    Are you talking about the flyout or are you using floating palettes?

    This video may help: http://www.gotfusion.com/dockingpalettes/
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    Shyanne
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    Default Re: Lost page properties

    I FIXED IT. Thanks for your help.

    "Shyanne" <shyannesweet@nospam.com> wrote in message
    news:isdmkj$6sl$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com. ..
    > Ok the palette is enabled (Has always been but do to my not being able to
    > see very well I must have done something to make it no longer
    > expand, )however I never had changed my resolution previously, truthfully
    > I
    > do not quite understand what you are asking me to do next.... the palette
    > does show up but it will just not expand for me. If you can try telling
    > a
    > 1/2 blind old lady again exactly how to fix this I would greatly
    > appreciate
    > it, it's driving me nuttier! I am on windows xp as well.
    >
    > Shyanne
    >
    >
    >
    > "gotFusion" <gotFusion.4utez8@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com> wrote in
    > message news:gotFusion.4utez8@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com...
    >>
    >> First check to make sure that the palette is enabled: From the menu bar
    >> select *View* and make sure there is a check before the *Properties
    >> Inspector* option
    >>
    >> If it is enabled and you still cannot find it on your desktop you will
    >> need to set your screen resolution up a tick at a time (increase the
    >> resolution) until it appears. Grab the palette and drag it to the
    >> center of your desktop, then reset the screen resolution back to where
    >> you normally keep it.
    >>
    >> Sometimes palettes can get "tossed" off of the visible desktop area and
    >> this is about the only way to find them and bring them back into view
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> *Mike - (turtle)* - 'www.gotHosting.biz' (http://www.gotHosting.biz) -
    >> 'www.gotFusion.com' (http://www.gotFusion.com)
    >> *Web Hosting* + hand holding support + *ASP* + *PHP* + *ColdFusion 9*
    >> FREE one on one *Fusion Support* with all web hosting accounts
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    >> http://www.gotHosting.biz - http://www.gotFusion.com

    >


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    Shyanne
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    Default Re: Lost page properties

    What it was, was the palette was visible, just not expanding when hovered
    over. Somehow I must have inadvertently resized it. All I had to do was
    hover on it and then stretch it larger. Odd, but it worked and I am glad it
    did! Thanks so much

    "Shyanne" <shyannesweet@nospam.com> wrote in message
    news:isdpfm$8df$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com. ..
    > I FIXED IT. Thanks for your help.
    >
    > "Shyanne" <shyannesweet@nospam.com> wrote in message
    > news:isdmkj$6sl$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com. ..
    >> Ok the palette is enabled (Has always been but do to my not being able to
    >> see very well I must have done something to make it no longer
    >> expand, )however I never had changed my resolution previously, truthfully
    >> I
    >> do not quite understand what you are asking me to do next.... the
    >> palette
    >> does show up but it will just not expand for me. If you can try telling
    >> a
    >> 1/2 blind old lady again exactly how to fix this I would greatly
    >> appreciate
    >> it, it's driving me nuttier! I am on windows xp as well.
    >>
    >> Shyanne
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> "gotFusion" <gotFusion.4utez8@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com> wrote in
    >> message news:gotFusion.4utez8@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com...
    >>>
    >>> First check to make sure that the palette is enabled: From the menu bar
    >>> select *View* and make sure there is a check before the *Properties
    >>> Inspector* option
    >>>
    >>> If it is enabled and you still cannot find it on your desktop you will
    >>> need to set your screen resolution up a tick at a time (increase the
    >>> resolution) until it appears. Grab the palette and drag it to the
    >>> center of your desktop, then reset the screen resolution back to where
    >>> you normally keep it.
    >>>
    >>> Sometimes palettes can get "tossed" off of the visible desktop area and
    >>> this is about the only way to find them and bring them back into view
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> *Mike - (turtle)* - 'www.gotHosting.biz' (http://www.gotHosting.biz) -
    >>> 'www.gotFusion.com' (http://www.gotFusion.com)
    >>> *Web Hosting* + hand holding support + *ASP* + *PHP* + *ColdFusion 9*
    >>> FREE one on one *Fusion Support* with all web hosting accounts
    >>> Microsoft Windows and Red Hat Linux web hosting platforms
    >>> http://www.gotHosting.biz - http://www.gotFusion.com

    >>


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