The interface settings control which buttons are visible in the interface, which colours and fonts to use, and whether or not to add extra content control buttons like shadow analysis and terrain transparency to the project.
The dropdown menu on the bottom of the Interface settings window lets you switch between the different subsettings.
The graphic profile section lets you set the interface colours, font size, and family.
- Theme colour
The primary interface colour. Used to show the active state of buttons and windows.
- Complementary colour
This colour is used for dialogue answers if the form doesn’t use category component.
The ribbon settings controls which buttons are used for the ribbon. For each button, you can select to use it or not, set a custom icon and for most buttons you can set the text label.
These buttons can be used for the ribbon:
- Logo button
- Project info button
- Project content button
A custom logo can be added to the top left corner of the project view. Use SVG (recommended) or PNG. You can also set an OnClick-action to the masthead.
Content buttons are additional interface buttons that can be added to your project.
The viewpoints in the project view will automatically collapse into a button group when the vertical space is to limited to show the viewpoints as individual buttons. This setting lets you set the icon and label of that group button.
- Master group
The groups and layers in the project view will also automatically collapse into a button group when the vertical space is to limited. This setting lets you set the icon and label of that group button.
- Dialogue button (note: only if a form has been added to the project)
- Dialogue answer button (note: only if a form has been added to the project)
If your Instance account has at least one Search database configured, then you can add search to your project. Enable the search function and select the databases you want to use in your project.
Font settings can be set for buttons, headings, and paragraphs. You can upload your own font files for use as well in TTF, OTF and WOFF formats.
Certain interface elements specific to the mobile interfaces are not directly configurable in the project view, but you can edit them here in the Custom label tab.