Changing the user interface and setting Appearance of Black


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Changing the user interface and setting Appearance of Black

All right, still inside the Preferences dialog box here moving right along. By the way, if you need to open up the Preferences, it's Ctrl+K, Command+K on the Mac and I'm going to switch to the next item right there, User Interface. And there is a couple of things going on here. One of these options was new to Illustrator CS3; another is new to Illustrator CS4. So Auto-Collapse Icon Panels. The idea there is see these icons over here on the right-hand side of the screen; they bring up what I call palettes, what Illustrator calls panels, whatever. And when you click on them, the palette will come up on screen and then you can perform some other work and that palette will stay there unless you turn on Auto-Collapse Icons panels, in which case, when you start performing some other work that palette will disappear it will go back into its icon when you are just doing icons by themselves.

Personal preference, totally up to you what you decided you do I'm going to leave that off ...

Changing the user interface and setting Appearance of Black
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Changing the user interface and setting Appearance of Black provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Illustrator CS4 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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