You may tune the model window appearance by changing window title, enabling/disabling zooming, and panning the window contents.
You customize the model window appearance for each particular experiment using the experiment’s properties in the Window section of the experiment’s Properties.
Window properties define the appearance of the model window, which will be shown, when the user starts the experiment.
- Title — The title of the model window.
- Enable zoom and panning — If selected, the user will be allowed to pan and zoom the model window.
Enable developer panel — Select/clear the checkbox to enable/disable the developer panel in the model window.
This can be done on the model runtime programmatically with the help of getExperimentHost.setDeveloperPanelEnabled(boolean yes) function. For more detailed description, please, refer to section Developer panel in Accessing the presentation.
Show developer panel on start — [Enabled only if the Enable developer panel checkbox is selected] If selected, the developer panel will be shown by default in the model window every time you run the experiment.
This can be done on the model runtime programmatically with the help of getExperimentHost.setDeveloperPanelVisibleOnStart(boolean yes) function. For more detailed description, please, refer to section Developer panel in Accessing the presentation.
You can programmatically enable and disable buttons on the model window control panel, as well as test their current state (enabled or disabled). For more detailed description of the corresponding functions, please, refer to section Control panel in Accessing the presentation.
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