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The frame goes around the workspace of the Editor. The workspace tabs are arranged above the workspace. After logging into the Editor, there is already a workspace open (the Dashboard) and can be seen in the tab bar. This tab cannot be closed.

To the right of the workspace tabs there is a button with a “+” on it for opening further tabs. By clicking on this button you will open a menu which, depending on the authorisations, offers ways of opening workspaces.

Simple editors are offered the point “editing system” in the context menu. Under this menu item you can access the data editor in order to maintain data objects. If you stay on the above mentioned menu item with the mouse, then a submenu will open where you can then go to the productive environment. If ChangeSets exist, these will be listed under the point “productive environment”. If you click on one of these menu items, a new workspace will open in which the desired work area is opened. A new tab is also created in the tab bar.

Widgets on the Dashboard can also offer links making it possible to open workspaces or go to documents.

If you open a work area in a new window (SHIFT + click), then a tab will also be shown in the tab bar for this. Pop-ups are treated like normal tabs in the tab bar, only with the exception that these are slightly transparent. As with normal tabs, the work area is brought into the viewing area if the tab is clicked on. In the case of pop-ups, the window is placed in the foreground.

A general rule with the tabs is that a context menu is opened when right-clicking or left-clicking on the arrow. What functions are offered in the context menu depends on the type of work area (e.g. editing system, user administration) and whether the tab is active or not.

If too many tabs are open, then buttons will appear to the left and right of the tabs for moving tabs back into the viewing area that have been moved out of it.

In order to log out, open the context menu on the tab of the Dashboard. You will now find the function “log out” there.