How to customize your wireframing tool with floating palettes
Customize your wireframing tool with floating palettes and windows. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to do it.
Just drag any tab or palette you want out of the place where it is and you will have it as a floating window. Using floating palettes and windows, you can arrange your working space just the way you like. It’s particularly useful if you’re used to working on two screens.
You can even make the canvas float. Simply push the button at the top right corner and the canvas will pop out in a floating window. Floating palettes are also resizable.
And don’t worry if you close Justinmind! When you next open it, you will find all the palettes in the same place you left them. If you want to go back to the original settings, just select View>Reset workspace in the main menu.
You can also expand and collapse the floating palettes with the arrows at the edge of each palette. Collapsed palettes give a truer view of the prototype, and give you more room to work.