You can customize the Reflection workspace to control its appearance and behavior.
You can change the basic functionality of the main Reflection window in a variety of ways. For example, you can specify startup macros and actions. You can also change the appearance of the window (for example, by setting Reflection to open in the TouchUx interface mode as shown below).
Workspace settings include all of the settings you can access from the Workspace Settings dialog box.
You can customize workspace settings in several different ways:
Customize Workspace Settings Directly With Reflection to configure the settings in Reflection. Then save the settings in the application.access file. It’s easier to verify your settings with this approach but you’ll need to package the setting as shown in Package Sessions and Custom Settings Files.
Configure and Automatically Package Workspace Settings, using the Installation Customization Tool to configure the settings. When you use this approach, the settings are automatically packaged in an MSI file.
Update Only Specific Workspace Settings to change a specific workspace setting without changing the other settings on a user desktop.
Walkthrough: Customize Reflection Appearance and Behavior is an example that shows how to use the Installation Customization Tool to configure Reflection so that multiple sessions are displayed in separate windows instead of in a single window with tabs.