To launch the web canvas:
- Navigate to the Document or Drawing list.
- Select a Drawing or Document from the list to open the drawing in the canvas.
- The selected Document or Drawing will launch in the web canvas and you will be able to:
- View the document in the highest quality available,
- Pan and zoom around the document,
- Add Notes and markups to the Drawing or Document,
- View the Document Information (title, revision, author etc) by opening the Information menu in the top right,
- See all public layer annotations appear in real-time as team members publish them,
- Overlay the open drawing with another drawing or revision,
- View your Draft layer annotations made on the Windows App,
The currently active elements on the web canvas are:
- The page view – the active document you can see on screen.
- The tools drawer - the "<" icon in the top right corner that opens the tools menu.
- The current tool icon - the tool highlighted in yellow.
- Your favourite tools - any favorite tools you have created in the tools drawer menu.
- Zoom controls – current zoom % and the + - controls to change that.
- Full screen mode – fills the screen & clears away the browser menus.
- The project menu - the navigation menu back to the other project documents.
- Layer manager – the user icon allows you to filter the public layer by user.
- Information menu - See all key document information.
- Comments - the comment feed for the open drawing.
- Overlay - a tool that allows you to overlay two drawings and compare the differences.
- Grid view - a list of page grid and line styles that overlay over the drawing to assist with sketching and text.
- Issues (Drawings only) - opens the Issues tab for issues specific to that drawing.
- View Mode - the light or dark circle (depending on your current mode) in the bottom left corner of the screen, which allows you to toggle between light and dark modes.
- Keyboard Shortcuts - expands the full keyboard shortcuts menu for easy access while still on the canvas.
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