Friday, April 1, 2011

2013 HELP: Debug menu, find settings you may want

Debug menu. Find settings you may want
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Experienced users find special settings on the Debug settings list. You can find settings and what they do here:
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There is  a long list.  To find something efficiently, I search for a critical word.  In Google Chrome, I click on the tool icon (a wrench) .   I click on Find start typing the word.  Chrome searches the page and shows me highlighted words that fit what I have typed. 
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Each setting has a name and description.  If you find what you want, keep the name at hand to tell the system the setting you want
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To use a setting in Viewer 3.4 or higher,
turn on the advanced menu if it is not on:
Me -- Preferences -- Advanced --  Check "Show Advanced Menu."
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The Advanced button will appear on your top menu.  Click it.
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On the drop-down menu, click "Show Debug Settings.
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In the entry bar, start typing the text that appears under the "Settings" column for the setting you want.
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When you have reached the setting you want, look for the appropriate action.  

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