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Thread: Customise work area?

  1. #1
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    Customise work area?

    I'm not sure this is possible... and wondered if you would be able to advise.
    I have ArtRage Pro.

    I would like to be able to customise what is on screen - i.e. be able to completely turn off most of the menu items.

    Is it possible for example to have just the colour picker showing whilst using a tool. and to customize the menu bar just to have save?
    waspinagermanhelmet PowerPoint Design Specialist
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    The top toolbar can be retracted to a small button by clicking on the green grip at the left hand side. If you click and hold on that button, you can access all the menu options without needing to expand the menu bar.

    The pods can be hidden via View -> Pods and unchecking all of the pods you don't wish to see.

    The tool picker can be retracted to a small corner pod by clicking its corner grip. Click and hold similarly allows you to select tools, and clicking and dragging left and right on the button allows you to change tool size.

    You can also entirely hide the interface via right click / spacebar and minimise the UI with TAB.

    You can find more information on manipulating the interface on page 15 of the Manual ( Help -> ArtRage Help ) in the section 'The ArtRage Interface'. I hope that's of some help.
    Dave
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
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    Thanks

    I tried playing around with it a little and I managed to hide most of the panels that I wanted to. Also using the tearoff feature to reposition the tool and colour palletes. So it almost does what I'd like!

    With 2 monitors I noticed that the panels I unchecked - actually appeared on my other monitor! I have a monitor connected to my laptop and using that with the canvas on - palletes jumped over to laptop screen.

    I'm using it for a digital graffiti wall - for members of the public to have a try. So I want to limit what they can get access to!

    I'd love a version of artrage specifically for that - but I suppose that's Pie in the Sky?
    waspinagermanhelmet PowerPoint Design Specialist
    b-inspired.net The name for Youth Work in Birmingham Diocese
    ulfilas.org Ulfilas Christian Goth International

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    Kobalt Mojave XI Laptop, 17' 1920x1200 WUXGA X-Glass, Intel® Core2 Duo T9500 Dual Core Processor 2.60GHz, NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800M GTX 512MB DDR3, 4GB OCZ DDR2, 320GB 5400rpm, 7 in 1 card reader, Windows 7 Ultimate N, Blu-Ray ROM / DVD±R/W,

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