Have you ever found you windows task bar completely filled with windows titled "Workspace"? Have you ever lost a gem of a doit by closing a workspace accidentally? If so, then the workspace browser is for you.
The workspace browser allows you to view multiple workspaces in a
single window. The browser is split into two panels. The larger panel,
on the right hand side, represents a normal workspace with all of the normal editing capabilities. The left hand side of the browser contains
a list of workspace members that the browser is managing.
You can scroll through the workspaces using the F7/F8 keys. Pressing Ctrl-T will allow you to change the name of a workspace as it appears in the list. Ctrl-K kills the current workspace. From the file menu, select "Bring in" to bring contents of already existing workspaces into the browser. The "Tear off" menu options will open a new independent workspace with the contents of the currently selected workspace member and then remove the currently selected workspace member from the browser.
Using an Application Manager, import and load the AbxWorkspaceBrowser application from the wsb.dat file.
his package consists of a single zip file containing:
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