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Reloading projects deleted from the Navigation Pane #85

laissezfarrell opened this Issue Nov 30, 2011 · 1 comment


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It's a good feature that the Workbench doesn't automatically delete project files when you remove a project from the Navigation Pane (to free up memory, tidy up the work area, etc.). I've also found you can reload a project to the Navigation Pane later.

What is not clear, however, is a menu option to do so. I've done it by creating a new project, that has the exact same name as the project I wish to reload. The Workbench reloads the existing project, and I'm able to work from there, but it's not intuitive; it was just something I tried, and it worked.


gregjan commented Mar 8, 2012

If you want to free up memory and tidy up the work area, the thing to do is to "close" the project. Delete is rather more extreme. The fact that you can resurrect a project by creating a new one of the same name is unintended and may produce errors. Try using open/close.
If you like I can give you the option to hide closed projects.

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