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Tree (Skin Editor)

This is the documentation for Pano2VR 4. You can find the new documentation for Pano2VR 5 here.

However, this document is still valid for the current version of Object2VR!

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The tree supports a parent-child layering organization. An element treated as a parent will have a child or children that is/are "connected" to it, making it easier to group the elements and move them together in the Editor window. The layering of the elements is like Photoshop; the top most element is the front most layer.

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Add an element[edit]

Do one of the following to add an element:

Each new element is automatically added to the top of the tree. Rearrange the elements by dragging them within the tree.

Make an element a parent[edit]

To make an element a parent in the Tree, do one of the following:

Make an element a child[edit]

Make an element a child by doing one of the following:

Hide or lock an element in the Editor[edit]

Active element
Locked element


Edit an element[edit]

To edit an element:

Resize or condense the Tree[edit]

To resize or condense the Tree, do any of the following:

Select more than one element[edit]

Select elements in the Tree by doing one of the following:

Add sound files[edit]

Add sound files by do one of the following:

◊ NOTE: Only MP3 files can be added to the skin. If using a file other than MP3, you can externally call the sound file or use the Media Editor.

See also[edit]

Skin Editor
Editor (Skin Editor)
Properties (Skin Editor)
Media Editor (Pano2VR)
The Interface (Skin Editor)
Using the Skin Editor
All tutorials for the Skin Editor

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