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I know all of you love panels. They are always placed perfectly on your screen and the exact panel you need is always readily available. But for those of you who like to do things your way, read on. True, you get a default panel layout, but you can also make your own. After you have all the panels you want open and in the places you like, go to Window > Save Panel Layout. Enter a simple name for your panel layout, such as "Just For Me," and click OK. The next time you go to Panel Sets, you'll see your new panel set waiting for you. You can also overwrite a panel set by saving with the same exact name as an existing one. If anything ever goes wrong, you're only a couple clicks away from happiness.
Removing a custom set is a little more difficult. You'll need to go to your Configuration > Panel Sets folder and remove the set you no longer want. Finding this folder can be tricky because its location differs depending on what OS you're using.
Note the special locations for different operating systems. For Windows 2000 or XP, go to C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Local Settings\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash MX 2004\en\Configuration\Panel Sets. For Windows 98 or ME, go to C:\WINDOWS\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash MX 2004\en\Configuration\Panel Sets.
And for Macintosh OS X, go to <Macintosh HD>:<username>:Library:Application Support:Macromedia:Flash MX 2004:en:Configuration:Panel Sets.
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