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Interface Concepts

The Composer Player graphical user interface (GUI) is divided into several sections.

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Interface Description



The various sections of the interface are numbered in the image above, and described in the table below.

NumberInterface ElementDescription
1Menu BarLets you access application features.

See Menu Bar.

2ToolbarsLets you access application features using icons.

See Toolbars.

3Left PaneDisplays the Assembly, Collaboration, Views, and BOM panes.

See Left Pane.

4ViewportDisplays the 3D scene, which is the stage for all Composer actors (geometry, collaboration, camera, lighting, and so on).

See Navigating the viewport.

5Properties PaneLets you view and edit properties of selected actors, such as color, opacity, and font.

See Managing Document Properties.

N/AMarkers Pane (not shown in the image above)Lets you navigate the animation using markers. Markers flag significant points in the animation, sometimes called chapters.

See Markers Pane.

Note: You can dock/undock, move, resize, and auto hide panes.


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