Various functions can be accessed from the File menu.
New Windows opens independent Spotter Window, which can be dragged for example to another monitor.
A new tab creat a new device tab in the work area.
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The opening created archive or media clip
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The user can manually lock and log off Spotter from the File menu.
Using Log off, users can end the Spotter session and go back to the login screen.
Switch user option allows change logged users without logoff.
When the Switch user is selected, the current user is shown.
Enter a new username and password
As default new user´s layout is loaded
With the Exit, the user can close the Spotter application
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You can use any DirectX compatible joystick as a control device.
A joystick can be fully configured, and each button can be assigned a customizable function.
Before a joystick can be taken into use, it needs to be configured, first in Windows, then in Spotter.
To calibrate a joystick in Windows, open the Control Panel and find “Set up USB game controllers” under “Devices and printers”.
Follow the instructions on calibrating the joystick.
Adding Input devices
Go to Devices and open Input devices
If the “Setup” line item is not visible, add it using the “+ Add” button.
Define the Setup name
Start configuring the buttons by clicking Click to edit
Select functions from the list
Click Press the device button or use the joystick
Press the select button until the value reaches 100% and the release button
When the button is correctly initialized, the clear button appears at the end of the line
Repeat the actions and finalize by clicking Save and close
Profiles contain all profiles, which has been added to the user group
View-tab contains view options for:
Edit Custom grids
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Spotter contains built-in help. The help is accessible from the Help menu or by pressing the F1 key.
Help contains information on new features and valuable things like keyboard shortcuts and links to view training videos.