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A title bar is located at the top or side of some UI elements, such as the toolbox, property bar, and palettes. It may not display title text.
Examples of the toolbox title bar on the Mac OS (left) and in Windows (right):
The palette title bar appears at the top of a palette. When expanded, the palette's title bar changes to dark gray. When a palette is collapsed, you can still see the palette's title bar, which is now light gray.
Palette title bars for the Colors, Mixer, and Color Sets palettes are collapsed, and the Color Info palette is expanded.
The palette arrow is used to expand or collapse a palette.
The Color Sets palette arrow is collapsed, and the Color Info palette arrow is expanded.
Palette menu arrow or selector menu arrow
Clicking a palette menu arrow or a selector menu arrow displays a pop-up menu with additional commands.
The palette menu arrow for the Mixer palette displays the Mixer palette menu.
Some tools share a space in the toolbox. Hold down the tool button that's displayed to open the flyout.
In the toolbox, by clicking and holding the Grabber tool, you can display a flyout that includes two other tools: the Rotate Page tool and the Perspective Grid tool.
A note contains information that is important to the steps that precede it. It can describe conditions under which the procedure can be performed.
For example: "This command is available only if you have turned off a selection."
A tip contains suggestions for performing the steps that precede it. It can present alternatives to the steps, as well as other benefits and uses of the procedure.
For example: "You can choose a brush category and variant in the main application or in the Brush Creator."
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