Explore updating existing views and how this differs from creating new views.
- [Instructor] Now that we have changed our background color, let's take a look at navigating through views and updating our existing views. Now, to navigate through our existing views, of course I'll just take a look at some of the views we've created thus far. And all I have to do is double-click on any of these existing views. And I'll jump to that specific view. Now, up until now we've been creating new views each and every time, but if we wanted to update an existing view, I can just, let's say, zoom out here, as an example.
And let's say I want to update this existing Zoomed Out View such that it now has this purple background. So, right besides my Create New View, I have a couple more icons, one of which here is the camera with what looks like a record symbol below it. And that is my Update View option. To update a specific view, I'll want to first select on that view. So I can select my Zoomed Out View and then click the Update View button.
Alternatively, and my preference, would just be to right-click on the specific view I want to update, and Update View. Now we can see I have my Zoomed Out View, and this has been updated with my new purple background.
- Composer terminology
- Creating your first view and image output
- Changing actor and background properties
- Using the transform tools
- Inserting explode lines
- Adding textures
- Working with a Bill of Materials (BOM)