If it helps, Susan Gantner wrote a useful article some time ago about the Screen/Print Designer tools - and avoiding the DDS Design Perspective.

http://ibmsystemsmag.com/CMSTemplates/IBMSystemsMag/Print.aspx?path=/ibmi/developer/rpg/dds_perspective

A bit of tweaking and you have a single perspective that supports all of the design/edit/compile steps and reduces the amount of switching between perspectives.

Brian.

On 10/05/2018 21:59, dlclark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
"WDSCI-L" <wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 05/10/2018 04:50:14 PM:
Tried many times... it doesn't work at all for me. The only way I
can see the properties is if I switch back to RSE perspective.

Oh, I selected the option to have the DDS Design view pop up in
the RSE perspective for DSPF and PRTF source types. I don't run the DDS
Design perspective, itself. However, do you have the Properties view
loaded into the DDS Design perspective?


Sincerely,

Dave Clark


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