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7 • ARENA VISUAL DESIGNER containers, each containing a previously saved view of the scene. Selecting Save View will save the current camera view in either orthogonal or perspective mode. See the Views section on page 150 for additional details. When you have completed your configuration and are ready to start your 3D animation, select the Go button from the toolbar, and each container will show the animation from its unique view. Visual Designer projects that contain a Scene window, but do not have a Views Config defined will display the 3D animation during runtime using the current view of the Scene window. Editor Explorer The Editor Explorer tool window provides a hierarchical listing (using the tree view control) of the active window’s content. This window is context-sensitive based on the current active window. There are four main types of Editor Explorer views based on the active editor: Scene, Dashboard, Views Config, and Style Classes. If there is no editor open and active for a project, the Editor Explorer displays a gray text message, “There is currently no data to display.” Project Explorer The Project Explorer tool window provides a hierarchical listing (using a tree view control) of the project file’s content. It can be used for opening or adding new Dashboard or Scene windows and for controlling the current active editor window. When the project is opened as either a 3D Project type or a 3D and Dashboard Project type, the tree structure for this explorer is divided into three main folder areas: Dashboards, Graphic Files and the Scene. Nested beneath the Scene object are one Style Classes folder and one Views Config object. All Style Classes, regardless of type (entity, resource, and so on) will be listed alphabetically in this folder. When only a Dashboard Project type is opened, the Scene entries will not be displayed. Dashboard instances, graphic files and scene objects for each project are managed from the Project Explorer tool window and are listed in alphabetical order within each section, as in the example below. 125

GETTING STARTED WITH ARENA Task List The Task List tool window provides a list of application errors and warnings to be addressed by the user. In addition, user-specified activities can also be added to aid in project organization and task sharing. This tool is added to the window view by selecting View > Tool Windows > Task List. See the topic “Task List” in online help for additional details on this tool. Properties The Properties tool window provides a listing, using a tree view control, of properties for selected objects in the project. The Properties tool window has two buttons at the top, Categorized and Alphabetical, that control the listing order of the properties. By default, the properties are displayed alphabetically by category. When a specific property is selected, a description of that property appears at the bottom of the tool window. DASHBOARD PROPERTIES Click the name of the dashboard in the Editor Explorer or Project Explorer for its properties to become visible in the Properties tool. 126

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