“Project View” is the published website, everything that is visible to the public excluding the Editor interface you see when you are logged in to OpenCities Planner.
Let’s run through the various parts of Project View.
Ribbon buttons switch between different parts of the interface. They include INFORMATION and CONTENT by default, while the Dialogue Form & Answer buttons can be added to Dialogue Projects.
The square ‘Logo button’ on the left side of the Ribbon serves two functions: Branding and hiding the interface. Edit it to add your own mark and/or disable the hide UI feature.
The Toolbar sits above the Ribbon, on the right side of the screen. This is where you will find useful tools such as View Mode, Free Fligh, Measure, Sun & Shadows and Transparency.
Click an icon to use or activate a Tool, most open a window with unique options and/or information.
The Tool Window can be minimized and maximized. Use the arrow icons on the top right of the Window or left side of the Toolbar to toggle the state.
The Content Buttons are large circular buttons located along the right side of the screen.
Navigation & Graphics Settings
In the bottom left corner of the Project you will find the Navigation & Graphics Settings buttons, sometimes known as the ‘Mini Menu.’