The settings panel displays properties of the selected object.
To open the settings panel, uses a right click on any object. Once opened, you use a single left click on any object will display its settings-panel.
This tab refers to general options. Minimum and maximum values, caption, and more depending on the selected object.
Example for a fader.
Example for a math module
The design tab is the place to customize visual aspects of objects. Like backgrounds, captions and borders colors, opacity, etc.
Example of design changes on a fader
The size tab is the place to customize size, position, rotation parameters of your object.
The remote tab is where you manage all your MIDI/Key,OSC, etc learns,and mapping values.
Example with a fader
Manages automation curves for the selected object.
Manages automation curves for the grid-element-panel.
is the place where you decide if the object is shared over the lan.
Design Tab only.
When you have created a layout for an object you can save a snapshot to recall it later. Click on this icon and enter a name and save it. This will create a small snapshot of your design settings.
Then, the next time or for a similar object, you’ll have only to click on this snapshot to recall it.
Example with 5 knobs
Opens an help page about this object.
When ON, the settings-panel is locked to the current object.
If you need to lock this panel to an object, for example to study a value when you change a parameter elsewhere, you can use the pin icon. By this way, even if you click on another object the settings panel will stay unchanged.
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