The Window submenu on the main menu bar provides the following options:

  • Cascade - cascade windows one over the other (try Shift+F5 to see what it means)
  • Tile vertical - tile windows vertically (try Shift+F4 to see what it means)
  • Tile horizontal - tile windows horizontally
  • Classic - arrange windows in the manner known from early versions of SuperMemo, i.e. with statistics windows conveniently aligned with the element window. This arrangement is useful when you make repetitions and like to constantly follow the progress of learning. You can make this layout permanent with Layout : Save as default (below). You can also make SuperMemo arrange windows in this manner only at the entry to repetitions. For that purpose, check Classic layout at learning available from Tools : Options : Learning
  • Layout
    • Save as default - save the current layout of windows as your default layout. Each time you enter SuperMemo, this layout will be used
    • Restore default - restore windows layout last saved with Layout : Save as default (above)
    • Program default - restore the default windows layout used by SuperMemo when you first run the program. To make the default layout permanent, you have to use Layout : Save as default (above)
  • View
    • Toolbar - show or hide the toolbar
    • Speedbar - show or hide the speedbar
    • Status bar - show or hide the status bar
    • Hints - turn on or turn off displaying hints
  • Next - activate the next window on the SuperMemo desktop
  • Previous - activate the previous window on the SuperMemo desktop
  • Arrange icons - arrange icons on the SuperMemo desktop