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Arrow panel in code view

It appeared at some point of me writing code and I don't know how to remove this panel so that it doesn't get in the way of my code.

*Update: Though it has since gone away, I don't how, I still think this is worth knowing should it come back / other users experience this.

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Hi @WarrenvanRooyen when posting on webmasters it's ideal that you try and provide as much details as possible so we can help. What version of dreamweaver are you using? – bybe Feb 22 '13 at 11:49
    
Sorry I've updated the headline detail. – Warren van Rooyen Feb 22 '13 at 13:35
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It looks to me like a inactive scroll bar that got drawn in the wrong place. I'd wager it is a bug in dreamweaver. Try closing the program and re-opening it.

If it persists, it could be related to the "code view" settings. You might want to toggle settings like "word wrap" as explained at Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 on Demand: Viewing the HTML Behind the Page

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