In the previous video we had a look at the first few options for the general preferences, now we’ll be looking at the rest.
Like before there are a few more great options to look forward to, from what happens to images when dragging and dropping them into FlexiSTARTER, all the way to how the color popups are displayed as when opened.
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Alright guys in today's video flexi starter, we're gonna be looking at some more options under the General tab for the programmes preferences. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Yeah, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We'll see you guys will notice we have a variety of the soft tissue to cover and also we upload videos daily. So just keep out there for the new content. Otherwise, back in the programme here now, just a reminder. This is part two of the General Tab and this is also part of a meaning serious for the preferences so you can follow the relevant links videos and then so in the previous video we already covered, um, everything on top year, all the way to order say we'll save document every and in a time. This is obviously the order says today we'll be looking at the rest so trash capacity in the collective start. Oh, don't worry too much about this. This is more for the pro versions and then, uh, basically will just be saying how many items when you delete them will be safe to, like, kind of a trash before it removes that. So you can always back up those items. If you actually did lead something and you, uh, save the document and so forth, you know, will be stalking there, but otherwise, uh, precision, then this is kind of like the point decimal, so you can kind of choose how fine you can refine settings. So if you're working with, like, very small, uh, prints and so forth cuts, you can always up those values. Then next up here, we've got dragon drop images. So what this will basically do is what will happen when you drag and drop your image into your programme. So we have two options here. We've got embedded and linked. And for those of you that don't know dragon drop, that is obviously just them. If you navigate your let's say, a file browser coming, you mean us drag this in the right window. It's good documents, and it's going to take it from another programme. Quick, it's you're just grabbing an image and you drag and drop it into your programme, which with preferences open, obviously they will not work. So let's just quickly is that again dragon droppers, and then you can see now we have an image in here, so that is pretty much what it means. And the two options we have, like I said, is embedded and links embedded will save it to your document. So when you copy your documentary anyone, this image will come along. But I will make a documented, larger linked or keep it in the sub in the folder structure, which is on your computer but not saving your documents so you'll see it as if it's in your document. But if you copy your document without the image, it will not be displaying in the final project and you open it so they will be embedded, um, under the dragon drop. Then next up, we've got your display colour. Pop up window has two options here, Um, list view and palette view. So let's have a quick look at that. So let's say we've got something selected and then we've got our colours here under the fill and stroke editor. And if we click this little arrow, you can see now we've got a list and says the names of the colours. If I quickly go back to preferences and we said this to palette view. So okay, now we click it Well, no, no Paletta, which varies from artist to artist and designer. But I kind of like the list view thing that gives you the colour names. So if someone asking for anything specific, you know which is referenced that, then next up year we have zooming here we've got a safe settings on exit. Yeah, I'm sure they need to explain that much. But what will come down to is, let's say you've set your default colours here in the bottom or certain settings for certain tools. Then when you save and exit will say those settings. So next time you start the programme as settings will be the same as what you left. Otherwise, if that's not enabled, where we set it back to the defence, then next up here, we've got smooth screen display. So let's switch that off quick, and then we can look at the edges. So, uh, zoom in here, you can see the edges of the e. I mean, it is quite messy. So now if we had to go switch this back on, so it's put smooth display. It's gonna put this May be in a way so we can, uh, see what changes happen. So let me just let me get this one down. Go to edit references. Let's move on. Idea. I hit my zoom key. Now when I click OK, if we look at the e there, you will notice how sunny the edges get smooth as you can see that So that is pretty much with that sitting with us. Otherwise, that is it on the preferences. It's quite a few settings. But if you know what they do, will definitely make life a bit easier if you need to set those settings. 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