Altium NEXUS Documentation

ViewToolsMenu

Created: July 25, 2017 | Updated: July 25, 2017
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Parent page: Client Commands

The following pre-packaged resources, derived from this base command, are available:


Applied Parameters: ObjectKind=Toolbar | Index=n  (where n is in the range 1 to 16)

Summary

This command is used to toggle the indicated toolbar on (displayed) or off (not displayed).

Access

The related indexed commands are accessed from most editors, from the View » Toolbars sub-menu.

Use

After launching the command, the indicated toolbar will either disappear or reappear, depending on whether it is currently visible or not.

Tips

  1. The specific toolbar targeted by this command will depend on the current Editor being used.
  2. A toolbar is fully dockable, or can float within, or outside of, the Altium NEXUS environment.
  3. When a toolbar is placed over an editor, it can be set to fade when the cursor is passed over it, whilst in an editing mode such as movement or placement. The extent of fading (transparency) is defined on the System - Transparency page of the Preferences dialog.
  4. When moving a toolbar, to prevent it from automatically docking use the Ctrl key.


Applied Parameters: ObjectKind=Panel | Index=m | Category=n | Action=Toggle (where m is in the range 1 to 40, and n is in the range 1 to 10)

Summary

This command is used to toggle the indicated panel on (displayed) or off (not displayed).

Access

The related indexed commands are accessed from most editors, from the View » Panels sub-menu.

Use

After launching the command, the indicated panel will either disappear or reappear, depending on whether it is currently visible or not.

Tips

  1. The specific panel targeted by this command will depend on the current Editor being used.
  2. A panel is fully dockable, or can float within, or outside of, the Altium NEXUS environment.
  3. When a panel is placed over an editor, it can be set to fade when the cursor is passed over it, whilst in an editing mode such as movement or placement. The extent of fading (transparency) is defined on the System - Transparency page of the Preferences dialog.
  4. When moving a panel, to prevent it from automatically docking use the Ctrl key.

 

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