When it comes to the state of the swatch tables, being able to set them between floating or docked, you want to may vary depending on your workflow.
The great thing about this is that not only can you float it anywhere on your design area, but you are also able to dock the swatches to different location within the GUI.
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hi guys. In today's video of Flexi Starter, we're gonna be looking at how to get your colour swatch tables to be docked or floating. But before that, let's have a quick intro first, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and also we have daily updates. Otherwise, back in the programme here just reminded us many serious we will be covering, um, working with colours and, uh, uh, switch tables. So I will also leave relevant links and description so you guys can follow along now when it comes to the actual swatches here at the bottom. Now we can obviously have it between floating or just like it's docked over here. So somewhere in your user interface, if for some reason your switch tables not present at the bottom, you can always click this little button here next to the magnifying glass with a little paint drop for the Scotch tape, say, if you have that active, then you can actually bring it out. Now, the nice thing about having a floated one is you can kind of see the colour names and so forth. So you can if you're working with the actual names and you can actually then document it more easily. You can also, however, take these docked swatches and dot com somewhere else. So if you rather wanted it on top or so forth, so they must remove this one and show you guys. So now to undock it, there's two ways we can go about it if we, um either click on this, uh, grey area around the dock with the left mouse doesn't keep in, and then we drag it off. Then, as you can see that you're floating window. So now I have a release. It will turn it into a floating window there. So that is the one way we can do it now. Obviously, if you want to dock it again, you can do the same thing. Just drag it to where you want it and then release. As you can see there, we've got a floating dock window again. Another way we can undock. This is so we can in that same grey area. DoubleClick urges your left mouse button and see if we do that. You'll see it automatically takes into a floating window. And if you're a doctor again, he's a double click it not to get back to where it was docked. So then, uh, once again, if you want to get back at the bottom, you can always just drag it there. And they know it is, uh, Dr at the bottom, where it's quite useful. Otherwise, Yeah, that is it on docking your colour palettes? Or should I say you've got to switch tables and then, yeah, if we had here to softwaretraining.co.za y, you guys all know that we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover. And then also, uh, we have this nice little search option on top variety. If you guys are looking for anything specific, if you do not, however, find what you're looking for, you can always get a request training video, and then we will make that video for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and cheers