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Contains commands used to control the visibility of different components of the GUI, their parameters and options. All the Toolbars are listed in a submenu.
 
  View Menu
 

 
11.
Display available Screen Layouts to choose from. The GUI will switch to the selected one.
22.
Show character counters (line, total, true duration, actual reading speed) in the subtitle editor.
44.
Show time Intervals in the editor window.
55.
Show audio timeline in the editor window. Each opened file can have its own audio timeline, in addition to the global one. You can use the individual timelines to visually compare subtitle's timelines of multiple files.
66.
Show the Main audio timeline. It displays the timeline of the active subtitle file.
77.
Control mili-titles list view and options.
Mini-titles Lock To Titles will keep the vertical position of the current title locked to the editor vertical position.
Mini Ttitles Hints control hints display in the Mini-Titles view.
88.
Choose the text quality used to render text in the editor. When Text Only is selected the color attributes will not be shown but the theme colors will be used instead for the text rendering.
99.
Show the editor in presentation mode where you can work over media preview screen. Else, it is in text only mode.
1010.
Choose the type of content to view in the presentation screen - Image, Color, Video, Checkerboard.
1111.
Show or hide safe area rectangle.
1212.
Show opaque background behind the edited text to help isolate it visually from the video.
1313.
Show or hide the Control State Panel
1414.
Show or hide Control Toolbar
1515.
Show or hide Windows Tabs
1616.
Use Standard Main Menu instead of the one inside Control Toolbar
1717.
Show or hide individual Toolbars
1818.
View or Hide the audio waveform vertical panel showing the entire audio of the opened media.
1919.
Show in-editor reading speed indicator.
2121.
Show or hide Spotting Board
2323.
Show or hide Preview window
2424.
Maximize the application window into Full Screen mode, taking the most possible space on the active screen.