Skin Editor Revolution: #1 Tree Mode

3DVista Virtual Tour PRO has been designed with the idea in mind to give the user as much possibility for customization as possible. So much so that at times it seemed tedious to create skins when you’re in a rush. That’s why we have started a big skin editor make-over mission, which will make it easier to use, while preserving its capabilities and adaptiveness.

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Chapter number 1 of this project has just been launched and it’s something many of you have been requesting for a while: To clean up the skin component list, to make it easier to find certain elements.  While before, you had to read through a seemingly endless list of skin elements that did not give any clue as to their position and structure, you can now work with a beautifully organized and structured list of skin elements that are organized by “level” in a tree mode. This means you will immediately see all of your skin’s primary elements. When clicking on one of them, it will unfold and show its content on a secondary level – and so forth.

You can double click on any of the elements in order to change its name – right there and then. And you can use the new search function on the top to avoid reading through every item. The dynamic search will show all results as you type and you will be able to select and edit them.

For a demonstration on how to work with this new mode, check out our video tutorial:

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