Unable to resize last column on the right

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Jay Rubin | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Dec 9 2012 1:51 PM

The vertical separator for the last of the 3 panels does not allow for resizing as does the other separators. This is a new installation on a Windows 7 Professional 64 bit work station. Any suggestions?

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Dec 9 2012 1:56 PM

I understand this is fixed. You can only change the inner columns

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Todd Phillips | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Dec 9 2012 2:21 PM

See this wiki entry:

http://wiki.logos.com/Layouts__#Resizing_Tool_panels

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Jack Caviness | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Dec 9 2012 2:34 PM

Jay Rubin:
The vertical separator for the last of the 3 panels does not allow for resizing as does the other separators

Certain of the Tools open in this position and cannot be resized without a small workaround. Drag the panel to another location, and it can then be resized, even if returned to its original position.

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Jay Rubin | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Dec 9 2012 4:19 PM

Thank you

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Milford Charles Murray | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Dec 9 2012 6:47 PM

Jack Caviness:
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Peace and Blessing, Jack!          I probably shouldn't be piggy-backing onto this thread; however earlier today I was thinking about you as I read one of my daily devotions that I have sent to one of my e-mail addresses!         North Carolina sounds pretty nice to me, eh???  Today I think many nice things about North Carolina!       *smile*

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December 10, 2012     
Holiday Tree? I Don't Think So!     
     
If then I am a wrongdoer and have committed anything for which I deserve to die, I do not seek to escape death. But if there is nothing to their charges against me, no one can give me up to them. I appeal to Caesar. Acts 25:11     
     
And the "Christmas! Bah! Humbug! Award" of the week goes to ...

Western Piedmont Community College in North Carolina.

It seems that one of the campus student clubs, the BEST Society, wanted to raise some money for charity. For that purpose they decided to sell Christmas trees. In order to get the word out through school announcements, the BEST Society filled out the necessary paperwork.

The ad they wanted to run simply read, "The BEST Society will be selling Christmas Trees." In late October the school ran the ad as requested; but then some authorities made a politically correct decision and the ad was changed to read: "The BEST Society will be selling Holiday Trees."

I don't know what a "Holiday Tree" is. Neither do some of the other folks in North Carolina. The BEST Society lost considerable revenue as one person after another called in and said, "Sorry, I'm not buying a tree from you. I want a Christmas tree, not a holiday tree." When the BEST Society protested the change in the announcement, an official told them, "We cannot market your trees in association with a Christian event."

That might have been the end of things if lawyers for the Alliance Defending Freedom had not come forward and followed Paul's example by appealing to a higher authority. For Paul the higher authority was Caesar... for the ADF the appeal was directed to the Constitution. As ADF Legal Counsel Matt Sharp said: "Not only is it perfectly constitutional to use the word 'Christmas,' it is unconstitutional to prohibit the use of it."

Confronted by the facts and faced with the possibility of a lawsuit, the authorities at the college saw the light, reversed their decision, and today the BEST Society is, once again, selling "Christmas Trees."

Amazing, isn't it?

When Jesus was born, Herod did his best to erase the Savior's Name and stop Him from fulfilling His mission of saving us. After 2,000 years of history, authorities are still doing the same.

Still, the Savior's sacrificial story of salvation continues on and the Holy Spirit uses things like Christmas trees to get that story out to people who might not otherwise have heard it. In short, the Lord is still using the small and the insignificant things, things like Christmas trees, to share the "greatest story ever told"...

God's Son has come to rescue sinners.

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Jack Caviness | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 10 2012 3:12 AM

Milford Charles Murray:
I probably shouldn't be piggy-backing onto this thread

Since Jay has the answer to his question, hijacking of the thread is permitted Big Smile

Milford Charles Murray:
North Carolina sounds pretty nice to me, eh???

Like anywhere else, we have our share of timid idiots, who will compromise the rights of Christians out of fear that someone, somewhere will file a lawsuit.

Had to Google that school, as I live in the center of the Piedmont and had never heard of it. Not quite sure why they chose that name, as they are located on the eastern slope of the Appalachian Mountains, which should take them out of the Piedmont Plateau.

Pleased that things worked out for BEST, just a shame that it took the threat of a lawsuit to gain their basic right. Kind of scary that those charged with education seem least informed concerning our Constitution and the law of the land.

Finally, Milford, you are a blessing to all.

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