It is possible to have more than one View File open at a time in the working view file area of the MediaMatrix screen. When more than one View File is open at a time (although only one can be compiled and running at one time, regardless of the number of View File windows open), this command "stacks" the windows with a slight offset to aid in selection, one on top of the other. Simply click on the window you wish to bring it to the top of the stack.
With many view file windows open, it sometimes gets confusing trying to remember which View File window has what in it. As opposed to Cascading the windows, selecting "Tile" places the windows side by side, providing scroll bars for each view file window. This allows you to quickly scan all open View File windows, and find the one you desire.
When this command is engaged, and multiple view file windows are open, it minimizes all view files (except for the one with focus), and aligns them horizontally as icons in the bottom of the main window, allowing for quick selection between icon "buttons" (each view file name). This is simply an aid to speed up the selection process.
This toggles the Terminal Window display at the bottom of the screen, on and off. You may also do this by hitting function key 10 (F10).
Show Tab View
This toggles the TAB View/Tree View display at the left of the screen, on and off. You may also do this by hitting function key 11 (F11).
Show Status Bar
This toggles the Status Bar display at the bottom of the screen, on and off. You may also do this by hitting function key 12 (F12).