To open drawings in Paint:
|1.||Once Harmony Paint is launched and you are logged in, select File > Open Drawings. The [Ctrl] + [O] (Windows/Linux) or [⌘] + [O] (Mac OS X).|
The Database Selector opens, displaying the Environments available from the Harmony database.
|2.||Select the Environment, Job, Scene and Element where the drawings you need to paint are located.|
|3.||Choose the version you want to open from the Version drop-down menu.|
|‣||The Saved By and Saved Date fields display the user who was the last to save the selected scene and the date of the last save.
|4.||Click on the Open button.|
The Drawings Selector dialog box opens.
|5.||Select the desired drawings from the drawings list:|
|•||Click on a single drawing to select it.|
|•||You can create a continuous multiple selection by holding the [Shift] key.|
|•||You can create a multiple selection by holding the [Ctrl] (Windows/Linux) or [⌘] (Mac OS X) key.|
|•||Click on the All button to select all the drawings that are listed in the Drawings Selector.|
|•||Click on the Unpainted button to select all the drawings whose status appears as UNPAINTED.|
|•||Click on the Painted button to select all the drawings whose status appears as PAINTED.|
|6.||Click on the OK button.|
The selected drawings appear in the Drawing Thumbnails view
|7.||Use the Control panel to navigate between the previous and next drawings. The [F] and [G].|
You are now ready to ink and paint!
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