Finding Your Designs
Indigo Studio basics
Opening projects, storyboards, screens, and screenparts
Indigo includes several options for accessing your work, so you can focus on what's really important: developing your design ideas.
Different Ways to Open Designs
Indigo Studio offers different ways for you to access your designs. These are:
(a-1) Using the Open/New pane
Open projects or designs from your computer using the
Open/New pane in the
|Browsing for a project or design on your computer||Click the button to navigate through your files and choose any project or design.||![img-2]|
|Opening a project you recently worked on||Select the highlighted area to display recently opened designs belonging to that project or click the link to open the
|Opening a design you recently worked on||Click to open. The listing shows recently opened screens, screenparts, and storyboards from the selected project.||![img-4]|
(a-2) Using the Project Home Tab
Here you will find all the designs belonging to a project, displayed together with a thumbnail so you can easily spot the one you are looking for.
You can choose to see a gallery view of your screens, screenparts, and storyboards (image above), a list view, or a screen to screen navigation diagram (image below).
This tab has several options to make it easy for you to find the design you are looking for.
|Filtering by folder||Select from the available folders or check the
|Filtering by type of design||Use the
|Sorting displayed items||Use the
|Searching for items||Type search text and hit Enter.||![img-10]|
|Displaying gallery, list, or navigation flow view||Click one of the options.||![img-11]|
(a-3) Using the Finder/Explorer
Use the Mac Finder or the Windows Explorer to access your Indigo Studio designs. You can double-click or drag designs to open them with Indigo Studio.
|Browse for Project or Design||CMD+O (Mac), Ctrl+O (Win)|
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