Predefined graphic image, such as a picture, drawing, symbol, etc., which can be imported and positioned on the Designer page.
Learn more here: Page Toolbar: Add
Pop-up menu which appears when the secondary (Right) mouse button is applied in the Main view or Page view windows.
Learn more here: Context Menus
Lower section of the Designer window which contains the settings, options and controls for timing, events, media, text and design items.
Learn more here: Working with Design Panels
Extension which allows the user additional control over a variety of options such as Timing, Sound, Database, Schedule and more.
Learn more here: Scala Publish Automation EX Module
Gradual change in a setting of opacity from a background color, or previous page element, to the present , facilitated by a Fade transition.
Learn more here: Transition
Type of transition in which an image, clip or text moves onto or off the screen from a position outside its borders.
Learn more here: Creating a Script
Ability to select the visibility of elements in the Page view.
Learn more here: Page View: View
(Rhymes with “wedding”) or Line spacing, is the amount of vertical space between lines of text.
Learn more here: Text Style Tags
Set of colors which can be selected and applied to elements on a page. Also refers to the selection of colors which make up an image or animation.
Learn more here: Page Toolbar: Palette
Local or network folder, defined in Content Manager, where scripts and media are published for scheduled broadcast to the Scala player(s).
Learn more here: Main Toolbar: Publish
Similar to a toggle button, but it works with any kind of variable, so it can assign any type of value (text, numeric, or Boolean). Like a Toggle button, it has either two or four visual states, and remains in its selected state after being clicked.
Page-by-page definition of a presentation or project created in Scala Designer. Specifies the actions and properties of the image files, text, sound,video and other elements on a page. It also identifies the settings which control how the page is displayed.
Defined as the graphical appearance of the User Interface (UI) in the Designer window. By changing a Skin in the Options pop-up, you will change the color scheme and overall look of the buttons, tabs and other window elements.
Learn more here: Designer Tool Options
Event in the Main view that controls an independent sound or the sound in the previous page.
Learn more here: Sound
Completed script file that is imported into another script and is represented by a thumbnail with the Scala logo in the Main view.
Learn more here: Main Toolbar: Preview and Play
View of small graphic images in the Main view which represent pages, groups, sub-scripts and special events.
Learn more here: Main Toolbar: List
Used to switch a Boolean variable between its two possible values, on and off. This makes it easy for a script to accept and respond to Yes/No kinds of input from the viewer. The button itself can have either two or four visual states. Unlike a Push button, a Toggle button remains in its selected state after being clicked so that its value is obvious.
Timed graphic blending effect for making transitions from one page to another, or for moving elements on and off the screen.
Learn more here: Transition
Allows you to specify whether elements on a page should wait for the page transition to complete, before beginning their element transitions.
Page or element will not advance until the page or element is complete.
Learn more here: Timing