Palettes and UI Preferences

Corel Painter lets you control how palettes are docked and grouped. You can also set the window background color.

To change palette behavior

1 Do one of the following:

• (Mac OS) Choose Corel Painter IX menu > Preferences > Palettes and UI.

• (Windows) Choose Edit menu > Preferences > Palettes and UI.

2 Choose your preferences from the following options:

• Autoscroll lets you scroll through a palette with many elements automatically.

• Snapping Behavior determines where palettes are docked in relation to other elements on the user interface.

• Snapping Tolerance determines the minimum distance, in pixels, between the palette and other elements on the user interface before docking.

To change the window background color

1 Do one of the following:

• (Mac OS) Choose Corel Painter IX menu > Preferences > Palettes and UI.

• (Windows) Choose Edit menu > Preferences > Palettes and UI.

2 Do one of the following:

• To use the current main color, click Use Current Color.

• To choose another color, click Custom Color, select a color in the Color dialog box, and click OK.

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