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If moving your mouse over the edges of the worksheet/history panes does not display the usual double-headed arrow (either vertical or horizontal) that permits adjusting relative coverage, you need to reset your windowing layout preferences. On my Windows 7 system, for the latest SQL Developer release, those are located in:
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\SQL Developer\system3.2.20.09.87\o.ide.188.8.131.52.37.59.48\windowinglayout.xmlJust exit SQL Developer, delete that file, then open SQL Developer again. You will need to open the Log and SQL History again from the Views menu.
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Thanks for the help, this indeed solved my problem. What i still had to do is merge the history back into the file because somehow i saved the sql file after the problem occurred and through that the information saved in the file contained only the last commands. But now i got everything back the way it was.