As you work on a storyboard, you may accumulate a large number of scenes composed of a tremendous number of panels. You can collapse lengthy scenes into one panel to have more space in the Thumbnails view.
|‣||In the Thumbnails view, click the Expand/Collapse Scene button at the top-left of a scene composed of many panels.|
One of the following happens:
The scene collapses, leaving only the first panel visible. The Expand/Collapse icon changes to a plus (+) sign.
The scene expands to show all its panels. The Expand/Collapse icon change to a minus (-) sign.
|‣||In the Thumbnails view, click the Expand/Collapse All Scenes button at the top-right.|
Working with a Collapsed Scene
When your scene is collapsed, you can still work in the Timeline view. However when you select a panel, the entire scene is selected, not just one panel. This means that you cannot work only on a single panel in the Timeline view; you must first expand the collapsed scene.