adobe flash cs5 on demand part 10

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adobe flash cs5 on demand part 10

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Docking và Undocking Panels Bạn dock và undock, hoặc tạm thời có thể đính kèm và tách, tấm hoặc các nhóm bảng điều khiển. Bạn có thể hiển thị màn hình bằng cách sử dụng menu Window, và sau đó kéo chúng ra phía cửa sổ chương trình để dock hoặc undock họ tấm khác.

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  1. Docking and You can dock and undock, or temporarily attach and detach, panels or panel groups. You can display panels using the Window menu, and then Undocking Panels drag them around the program window to dock or undock them to other panels. You can even drag the Property Inspector panel to display it hor- izontally or vertically. However, document panels and the Stage cannot be docked. When you drag a panel over a dockable area, an outline around the target dock appears. When you release the mouse button, the panel snaps to the dockable area and stays there until you move it. You can even drag a panel tab to a new position. If you attempt to dock a panel over an undockable area, no outline appears. Dock a Panel 1 2 1 Position the pointer on the panel tab or panel set header bar. 2 Drag the window away from the panel to a panel. ◆ Add to Panel. Drag to a panel until a blue rectangle appears around the panel. ◆ Append to Panel. Drag to a panel until a blue line appears along the side of the panel. Undock a Panel 2 1 1 Position the pointer on the panel tab or panel set header bar. 2 Drag the window away from the panel to an empty area of the Flash window. 54 Chapter 2
  2. Grouping and You can group panels together to improve organization and workflow. When you group panels together, you can stack one on top of the other, Ungrouping Panels or group related panels together as a tabbed panel group, such as the Component Inspector panel. You can add a panel to an existing panel group or you can create a new panel group. If you no longer need pan- els grouped together, you can ungroup them. You can use the panel tab to group or ungroup as well as dock or undock panel windows. Group Panels Together 2 1 1 Position the pointer on the panel tab or panel set header bar. 2 Drag the window away from the panel to another panel window. ◆ Add to Panel. Drag to a panel until a blue rectangle appears around the panel. ◆ Append to Panel. Drag to a panel until a blue line appears along the side of the panel. Ungroup Panels 1 2 1 Position the pointer on the panel tab or panel set header bar. 2 Drag the window away from the panel to an empty area of the Flash window. Chapter 2 Working Within the Flash Environment 55
  3. Creating a Workspace As you work with Flash, you'll open, close, and move around windows and panels to meet your individual needs. After you customize the Flash workspace, you can save the location of windows and panels as a workspace, or custom panel set, which you can display by using the Workspace menu on the Applications bar or the Workspaces submenu on the Window menu. You can create custom workspaces, or use a workspace provided by Flash, which are designed for space and work- flow efficiency. The built-in workspaces include Classic, Debug, Designer, Developer, or Essentials. If you no longer use a custom work- space, you can remove it at any time. You can also rename a custom workspace to improve recognition. Create a Workspace 2 1 Open and position the panels you want to include in a panel set. 2 Click the Workspace menu (the menu name displays the current workspace), and then click New Workspace. ◆ You can also click the Window menu, point to Workspace, and 1 then click New Workspace. The New Workspace dialog box opens. 3 Type a name in the Name box. 4 Click OK. The panel set is now saved. 4 3 Display a Workspace Workspace menu 1 Click the Workspace menu (the menu name displays the current workspace), and then select a Custom panel panel option: ◆ Custom panel name. Displays a custom panel layout that you created. 1 ◆ Animator, Classic, Debug, Designer, Developer, Essentials, or Small Screen. Displays panel layouts created by Adobe for specific purposes in Flash. 56 Chapter 2
  4. Delete a Workspace 1 Click the Window menu, point to Workspace, and then click 5 Manage Workspaces. The Manage Workspaces dialog box opens. 3 2 Select the panel set you want to delete. 3 Click Delete. 4 Click Yes to confirm the deletion. 2 5 Click OK. The panel set is now deleted. Did You Know? You can hide all panels. Click the Window menu, and then click Hide Panels to select the check mark. Rename a Workspace 1 Click the Window menu, point to Workspace, and then click 5 Manage Workspaces. 3 The Manage Workspaces dialog box opens. 2 Select the panel set you want to rename. 3 Click Rename. 4 Type a new name, and then click OK. 2 The panel set is now renamed. 5 Click OK. Chapter 2 Working Within the Flash Environment 57
  5. Creating Keyboard Flash uses built-in keyboard shortcuts designed specifically for Flash. A complete list of the keyboard shortcuts is available in the back of this Shortcuts book. The built-in keyboard shortcuts are organized into sets, which you can duplicate and customize to create your own personalized set. If you use other programs, such as Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop, and you are more comfortable using their keyboard short- cuts for common commands, you can select a built-in keyboard short- cut set from any of the graphics programs to use in Flash. Create a Keyboard Shortcut Set 2 1 Click the Flash (Mac) or Edit (Win) menu, and then click Keyboard Shortcuts. 3 Delete 2 Click the Current Set popup, and button then select a set. 3 Click the Duplicate Set button. 4 Type a name for the new shortcut set. 5 Click OK. Did You Know? You can delete a custom keyboard shortcut set. Click the Flash (Mac) or Edit (Win) menu, click Keyboard Shortcuts, select a shortcut set from the Current Set popup, and then click 5 the Delete button. You cannot delete a built-in keyboard shortcut set that comes with Flash. You can rename a custom keyboard shortcut set. Click the Flash (Mac) or Edit (Win) menu, click Keyboard Shortcuts, select a shortcut set from the Current Set popup, click the Rename Set button, enter a new name, 4 and then click OK. You cannot rename a built-in keyboard shortcut set that comes with Flash. 58 Chapter 2
  6. Add or Remove a Keyboard Shortcut 2 1 Click the Flash (Mac) or Edit (Win) menu, and then click Keyboard Shortcuts. 2 Click the Current Set popup, and 3 then select the set in which you want to change. 4 3 Click the Commands popup, and then select a shortcut category, such as Drawing Menu Commands, Drawing Tools, Test Movie Menu Commands, and Workplace Accessibility Commands. 5 4 Select the command for which you want to add or remove a shortcut 6 in the Commands list. 5 Do the following: ◆ To add a shortcut, click the Add Shortcut (+) button, and then press the key combination to Keyboard shortcut 8 enter the new shortcut key in the Press Key box. ◆ To remove a shortcut, click the Remove Shortcut (-) button. For Your Information 6 Click Change. Export keyboard shortcuts as HTML 7 To add or remove additional shortcuts, repeat Steps 2-6. You can now export Flash keyboard shortcuts as an HTML file that you can view and print using a standard Web browser. To export the 8 Click OK. keyboard shortcuts, click the Flash (Mac) or Edit (Win) menu, click Keyboard Shortcuts, click the Current Set list arrow, select the set you want, click the Export Set As HTML button, enter a file name, specify a location, and then click Save. Chapter 2 Working Within the Flash Environment 59
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