Basic Palette Operations

Updated: 09/06/2018

The palette can be dragged to any position.

Insert Palette

Drag the tab of the palette you want to move, and drop it when the orange bar appears at the destination position, and it will be inserted between the palettes.

Dock Palette

Drag the tab of the palette you want to move, and drop it when the orange frame appears at the destination position. It will dock with the destination palette, and you will be able to switch between palettes by clicking on the tabs.

Floating Palettes

Drag the tab of the palette you want to move and drop it outside the window to make the palette appear in a stand-alone state.

Multiple Palette Manipulation

When operating in the same manner with multiple palettes stored, by dragging the gray area outside the tabs and dropping them at any location, you can move multiple palettes together.

Show/hide Palette

The [Window] menu allows you to show or hide individual palettes.

Alternatively, you can right-click on a tab in the palette and click [Close] to hide it.

Hide Palette

Click [Window] menu -> [Hide Palette] to temporarily hide the palette and see a larger area of the canvas. It can be displayed again by repeating the same procedure.

Note: When the palette is hidden, clicking [Window] menu -> [Reset Palette Position] will show the palette again, but please note that the palette placement you set yourself will be reset.

Reset Palette Placement

From the menu, by clicking [Window] -> [Reset Palette Placement], the palette placement will be reset to its initial state.

The View area can be returned to a one-screen display by clicking on [Reset Status].

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