Friday, April 1, 2011

2013 HELP: Debug menu, find settings you may want

Debug menu. Find settings you may want
Experienced users find special settings on the Debug settings list. You can find settings and what they do here:
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. 
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
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."
The Advanced button will appear on your top menu.  Click it.
On the drop-down menu, click "Show Debug Settings.
In the entry bar, start typing the text that appears under the "Settings" column for the setting you want.
When you have reached the setting you want, look for the appropriate action.  

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