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To get a better overlook about the contents of a certain ECB-window every ECB-window can be "maximized", means all other ECB-windows are deleted so only the edit-window(s) and this maximized ECB-window are visible (and maybe a compile-window if active). There are several ways to do this:
delete-other-windows1 (bound to C-x 1) in one of the ECB windows.
ecb-maximize-window-speedbaror the bound short-cuts for those commands.
ecb-cycle-maximized-ecb-bufferswhich cycles through all ecb-buffers of current layout by maximizing exactly one of the ecb-windows after every cycle-step.
Minimizing such a maximized ECB-window, i.e. bringing back to its
original size, can simply be done by redrawing the layout via the
ecb-redraw-layout (bound to C-c . lr).
This command is adviced per default, see The edit-window.