Level 2

All slides are listed in this part of the Slide Manager window. You can create as many Slides and Layers as your computer can handle.

NOTE: You MUST have at least one Layer per slide.

Each element is displayed in a separate line. Each line starts with a plus sign. You can click in it to expand the relevant level.

Next to the plus sign, you can see a play status notification. Further on there are several controls that vary within the different levels.

 In a Slide line, you will see Enable/Disable check box, Assign Layer button, Lock/Unlock button (it is under development now), and the Slide name (check the Slide Line Properties section below on how to change Slide names).

If you have assigned some layer(s) from the Master Container to a Slide, their number will be reflected in the Assign Layer button. Thus, if you have assigned one layer, a small dark-blue square will appear in the button. If you assign two layers to the slide, there will be two dark-blue squares in the Assign Layer button, and so on.

 In a Layer line there is no Assign Layer button as this contradicts the hierarchy. However, there is a Visible/Invisible button. This button will hide the currently selected layer from the work area, so its objects will not impede you while creating another layer in the same slide. After the Layer name, there is always a figure in brackets. It represents the number of objects contained in this layer.

 In an Object line, you can see the status of the object (play / pause / stop), its visibility status, an icon, distinguishing its type, and the name of the object.

NOTE: The object visibility concerns only the status of the object within the project and it does NOT affect the output.

In case you need to move a slide or an object, just drag-n-drop it to the new place, where you would like it to be.