• dot2 User Manual
  • dot2 Quick Start Guide
  • dot2 3D
    • Install and Uninstall
      • System Requirements
      • Installation
      • Uninstall dot2 3D
    • First Steps
      • Hardware Connection
      • Create session and connect 3D
    • Data Management
      • Master/Slave
      • Coordinate system
    • Program Surface
      • Menu Bar
        • File Menu
          • File - Settings
        • Edit
        • Functions
        • Tools
        • View
        • Help
      • Tool Bar
      • Main Windows
        • Stage View
        • Mouse + Keyboard Actions
        • Arrangement of Objects (Align Objects)
        • Duplicate (copy 3D Objects)
        • 3D Objects
      • Assets (Information Window)
      • Properties
      • Media Database
      • Materials
      • Video Player
      • Moving Paths
      • Sessions
      • Status Bar
      • Window Layout
    • Fixture Types
    • 3D Modeling and Import
      • 3D Models Principles
      • Parameters
        • Axes
        • Rotation Axes
        • Linear Axes
        • Beam of Light
        • Automated Import
        • Assigning of Models to Fixture Types
        • Checklist for 3D Modeling
        • Creation of a 3D Model
    • Keyboard Shortcuts
    • dot2 3D FAQ
  • dot2 Release Notes
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Version 1.9

Tool Bar

The tool bar is located below the menu bar.

Icon Name Function Shortcut
Previous Selection Selects previous selection. Alt + Left
Next Selection Selects next selection. Alt + Right
Load Show Opens the load show window. None
Save Show Saves the show with the given filename. Ctrl + S
Oops Undo the previous action. Ctrl + Z
Move Turns on the move function. Ctrl + M
Rotate Turns on the rotate function. Ctrl + R
Follow Turns on the follow function. Ctrl + F
Object-Axis Turns on the object axis function. Ctrl + O
World-Axis Turns on the world axis function. Ctrl + W
Highlight unpatched Higlights the unpatched fixtures Ctrl + I
Fullscreen Opens the stage view on full screen. Alt + Enter
New Stage View Opens a new stage view. None
Select Default Camera Selects the defined default camera. Ctrl + M
Cameras Visible Displays the camera in the stage view as direction arrows. F7
Camera Spanning Spans the cameras in several stage views, in the full screen mode. F8


Rendering Opens the Rendering drop down. None

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