RoadRunner provides a customizable user interface (UI) for designing scenes. Use these topics to learn about the various aspects of the RoadRunner UI.
The Start Page is displayed when RoadRunner is launched. It lists recently opened scenes and provides helpful links.
The RoadRunner UI is organized into panels. You can customize the layout of these panels to meet your preferences.
The Title Bar displays the name of the current scene.
The Menu Bar provides assorted editing and viewing operations.
The Tool Bar is used to select the current editing tool.
The Sub-Tool Bar is a context-sensitive vertical bar that displays additional operation buttons for the current tool.
The 3D Edit Window is the primary mechanism for creating, modifying, and deleting elements in a scene.
The 2D Edit Window displays context-sensitive information and provides additional editing capabilities.
The Library Browser is used to browse and create assets in the current project.
The Asset Viewer enables you to visualize the currently selected asset in the Library Browser.
The Attributes Panel displays information and editable attributes for the currently selected item or items.
The Output Panel prints a log of information, warnings, and errors relating to RoadRunner operations.
The Status Bar displays feedback, error messages, and other information.