Select the File menu and click Preferences. Select the Layout Options page.
Enable Layout Customization:
Allows undocking and manual positioning of the text display panels. See Advanced: Customizing the layout.
Re-use verse panels:
When a Bible search is performed, a Verse List panel is created to display the results. With Re-use Verse Lists selected, a single Verse List panel will be used and replaced each time a new verse list is created. When this option is not selected, a new panel will be created for each Verse List, allowing you to view multiple search results at once.
This option also effects the Load All Referenced Verses functions of the Book and Commentary panels.
Always re-use KJV-TSK reference list panels causes new KJV-TSK reference lists to be opened in the same verse list, re-using the panel. Un-check this if you would like every click of a KJV-TSK reference link to open a new verse list. (This option is redundant, and therefore disabled, if you already have Re-use verse panels selected.)
Re-use library search result panels:
When a library search is performed (either with the Full Library Search function, or the Book or Commentary Quick Search functions), a new Library Search Results panel is created to display the results. With Re-use library search result panels selected, a single results panel will be used and replaced each time a new library search is performed. When this option is not selected, a new results panel will be created for each search, allowing you to view multiple library search results at once.
Cloned Panel Window Style:
This controls how cloned panels are created.
Top-level Window means that clone panels are created as top-level windows that can be minimized, maximized, and participate in Windows task switching with Alt+Tab.
Docked Layout Panel means that clone panels will be created as part of the docking layout system and automatically docked with search results.
Undocked (floating) Layout Panel means that clone panels will be created as part of the layout system, but will start in a floating state, and can be docked manually.
See Clone Panels.
Include main window and toolbar positions in custom layouts:
When checked, the position and size of the main window, as well as the configuration of the main toolbar, is included when you save a custom layout. See Customizing the Layout.
Allow "auto-hide" feature with custom layout: