Configuring panels and palettes


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Configuring panels and palettes

Painter has always had a lot of palettes, which is really necessary for an expressive application that offers a high degree of fine-tuning. To tame all of these expressive controls, Painter 12 has adopted a popular Photoshop style tabbed palette paradigm. Let's take a look. So the new unit of the interface, if we move this out here by clicking and dragging, this is called a panel and if you're familiar with Photoshop and other Adobe applications, then this is nothing new.

But what used to be basically a palette in Painter is now a panel. And just by clicking and dragging I can take this, and you'll see that little blue indicator, that tells me exactly where I'm going to put it. So I can precisely locate these where I want them. In this case, I actually want to put this right there. And when you have an aggregated set of these panels, as we do here, this is now called a palette. You can take these and move them around as you saw me do a little bit here.

So if I want to tak...

Configuring panels and palettes
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Configuring panels and palettes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 12 Essential Training

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Design
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Painter
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