Subject: Modifying tool palettes



The Tool Palettes pane can contain multiple palettes. You can rename, reorder, and delete tool palettes, and you can also change the transparency in which they display.

To change the name of a tool palette

   1   Right click the name of the tool palette you want to rename.

   2   Choose Rename Palette.

   3   Type a new name, then press Enter.

To change the order in which tool palettes display

   1   Right click the name of the tool palette.

   2   Choose Move Up or Move Down.

To delete a tool palette

   1   Right-click the name of the tool palette you want to delete.

   2   Choose Delete Palette.

   3   Click Yes to confirm the deletion or No to cancel.

To change the transparency of tool palettes

   1   Right-click the Tool Palette pane title bar.

   2   Choose Transparency.

   3   Select the desired options:

   General Move the slider to specify the transparency in which panes display in the program. The lower the number, the more transparent the pane is.

   Rollover Move the slider to specify the transparency in which panes display when the mouse moves over them. The lower the number, the more transparent the pane is. The transparency for mouse rollover cannot be less than the general transparency.

   Preview Click to see a preview in the program of the mouse rollover trans­parency. You might need to move the Transparency dialog box to see a pane.

   Apply settings to all palettes Mark this check box to apply selected transparency options to the display of all panes in the program, including any custom panes.

   Disable transparency for all palettes Mark this check box to turn off trans­parency options for all panes in the program, including any custom panes.

   4   Click OK.

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