The region of a window that contains data; for HyperChem, a molecular system.
(1) (n.) The current screen display, the icon s and window s it contains, and the unoccupied screen area where you can place object(2) (n.) A specially designated (but standard) directory and its subdirectory hierarchy. Usually, each developer on a project works in his or her own isolated workspace concurrently with other developers who are programming in other workspaces.
A window or task management technique that consists of a container holding a set of objects, where the windows of the contained objects are constrained to a parent window. Similar to the multiple document interface, except that the windows displayed within the parent window corresponding to objects that are also contained in the workspace.
A workspace is a specially designated (but standard) directory and its subdirectory hierarchy. Usually each developer on a project works in their own isolated workspace concurrently with other developers programming in other workspaces. CodeManager provides utilities to "intelligently" copy files from workspace to workspace.
An item in G2 that organizes a set of items within an abstract, three-dimensional region. A workspace appears in a G2 window or Telewindows window as a bounded rectangle. A workspace both contains items and arranges them schematically with respect to each other. A workspace can be the inferior item of another item; thus, your KB can contain a hierarchy of workspaces. Contrast with KB workspace.
The area of a window that displays the information contained in the application or the document you are working with.
A single screen of windows. The HP VUE Workspace Manager creates multiple workspaces. Each workspace is like a separate screen. Windows can occupy any combination of workspaces. The Front Panel contains the workspace controls used to move from one workspace to another.
a collaborative space
a collection of browser windows, including the position and size of the windows, tabs, and the pages displayed in each tab
a collection of one or more OmniWeb windows to Web pages, potentially with multiple tabs, that remembers its state at a user-specified point in time or on an ongoing basis as pages change, tabs are added and removed, and windows open and close
a construct of windows defining a complete screen
a copy of a set of resources in which a collaborator can work in isolation from other collaborators
a location where a person can work in isolation from the ongoing changes made by all other collaborators working on the same set of resources
a particular configuration of palettes and windows for use later on
a saved configuration of MapInfo tables and window and can be used with MapInfo Professional
a set of open windows, their contents, positions and frame styles
a set of windows and the components they contain, rather like a virtual desktop
The CRT screen. The area on which the windows of a user's environment appear. The workspace is sometimes called the desk, desktop, or root window.
The current screen display, the icons and windows if contains, and the unoccupied screen area where icons can be placed.
The current screen display, the icons and windows it contains, and the unoccupied screen area where objects can be placed.
The area in the Maya window where view panels appear. For example, when you start a new scene, the workspace shows the perspective view panel.