michiel | 4 years ago | 4 comments | 1 like | 1,166 views
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Did you know you can resize the tool window with your mouse? BluffTitler automatically adds power buttons if there's enough space.
But don't worry if your desktop is not big enough to show all buttons because every power button has its menu equivalent.
For example, if the ADD MODEL LAYER... button is not visible, use the menu item LAYER > ADD LAYER > ADD MODEL LAYER... instead.
BTW, in this screenshot the new Filters\Kaleidoscope effect has been applied to the camera layer of the installer template Sketch\Ribbon.bt.
More about this new effect here:
michiel, 4 years ago
This is a reply to a question by e-mail.
Please use this community to ask questions. This way other users can learn from your questions as well.
michiel, 4 years ago
I am sorry to hear that your desktop is to small, Michiel.
It is nothing to be ashamed off, it is not the size but what you do with it.
Blufftitler's origin lies in a 4:3 screenratio but the world has adapted to a 16:9 format and a vertical tool window would make more sense exept off course of the timeline which cannot be long enough in some cases.
Another solution is set under desktop settings a higher resolution and set the scale for size of text, apps and other items to 100%. The image is a screenshot of a 3840x2160 resolution at 100% scale then resized to 1024 pixels the max. resolution for this community pictures.
A more expensive solution would be a second monitor set as extended display with the preview window as full screen on one and the tool window on the other which could even be a 32:9 format one to get a nice long timeline.
komies, 4 years ago
Thank you Michiel for the info.......
I'm trying to get the Lady of the House to allow me the purchase of a
120" OLED monitor. Have my favorite software running in their own
areas. Need a break, game on in a big way!
If only BT had VR capabilities so I could actually reside inside my shows.
Maybe it does, I simply haven't figured it out yet.
SMSgtRod, 4 years ago
Michiel den Outer is the founder and lead coder of Outerspace Software. He lives in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
If he isn't busy improving BluffTitler, he is playing the piano or rides the Dutch dikes on his bikes.
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