Workspace Panes: Up to four (4) workspace panes can be displayed, providing different views of the design while it is being created. The workspace is set up using the Views ribbon menu.
Status Bar: The status bar at the bottom of the window displays information regarding the status of the program as well as information for the active workspace pane.
Plan View - This is the View that a user will spend a majority of their time. You must be in Plan View in order to add or remove any object (fencing, gates, outdoor living products, etc.)
Dimension View - Displays fence railing and corner posts with dimension lines
3D View - Fully rotational 3D view that allows you to hide and show components of the design in the 3D view to inspect specific layers of your design.
Click the 3D window and drag the mouse to change the viewing angle.
Bill of Materials View - The Bill of Material (BOM) is broken out into 3 sections:
Home Visualization View - Import a picture of a house, add the 3D image of the design and email the picture to anyone.
To create a Home Visualization, import a photograph of a house (.jpg, .bmp, .gif, or .png) using the Home Photo option on the Ribbon Menu.
Tabbed Mode - Displays one window covering the entire workspace. The window displays multiple view tabs, as well as a drop-down menu for choosing other views.
2 Up Mode - Displays two windows in the workspace; side-by-side. The left-hand window defaults to Plan View; the right-hand window displays multiple view tabs, as well as a drop-down menu for choosing other views.
4 Up Mode - Displays four windows; one in each corner of the workspace. Plan View, 3D View and Dimension view are each displayed in a separate window. The lower right-hand window displays multiple view tabs, as well as a drop-down menu for choosing other views.
Dragging and Dropping Tabs - You can relocate tabs by dragging and dropping them in the workspace. Example: Dragging the tab to the bottom position creates a new window for the tab.