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Layout
goormIDE allows you to customize your own default layout.
You can configure from the [WINDOW] submenu or use shortcuts for more convenience.
  • New Terminal Window - Alt + Shift + T (Mac: ⌥⇧T) : Creates a new terminal window in your workspace.
  • Previous Window - Alt + Shift + [ (Mac: ⌥⇧[) :
    Activates the left window of the currently active window when multiple editors are open in a workspace.
  • Next Windows - Alt + Shift + ] (Mac: ⌥⇧]) : Activates the right window of the currently active window when multiple editors are open in a workspace.
  • Screen Layout : Hide or show the pane of the interface. You can adjust the pane by pressing the ∧ ∨ < > buttons or by dragging the border.
    • Top Pane Show/Hide - Alt + Shift + A (Mac: ⌥⇧A) : Shows or hides the top (menu / toolbar) layout.
    • Left Pane Show/Hide - Alt + Shift + L (Mac: ⌥⇧L) : Shows or hides the left (Project Explorer) layout.
    • Bottom Pane Show/Hide - Alt + Shift + B (Mac: ⌥⇧B) : Shows or hides the bottom layout.
    • Default Layout : Returns to the goormIDE's default layout.
  • Toggle Screen Layout - Alt + Shift + W (Mac: ⌥⇧W) : Toggles left, right and bottom layouts. It closes the opened layout and opens a closed layout.
  • Split vertically - Alt + Shift + V (Mac: ⌥⇧V) : Splits the workspace vertically. You can split up to four.
  • Split horizontally - Alt + Shift + H (Mac: ⌥⇧H) : Splits the workspace horizontally. You can split up to four.
  • Close workspace - Alt + C (Mac: ⌥C) : Closes the current partitioned workspace. Combines two separated workspaces into one.
You can divide the workspace by dragging the file or clicking the split button.
File drag example
You can move windows between partitioned workspaces.
File move example
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