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Modify the SketchFlow project settings

SketchFlow project settings are applied on a project-by-project basis. You can modify the settings for the current SketchFlow project in the SketchFlow Project Settings dialog box.

  1. On the Project menu, click SketchFlow Project Settings.

  2. In the SketchFlow Project Settings dialog box, in the Branding text box, type a name for your prototype. The branding text appears in the SketchFlow Player panel. You can also use the following tags to further modify the branding text:

    • {br}   Inserts a line break.

    • {nm}   Inserts the prototype name.

    • {fg=#XXXXXXXX}   Changes the text color. Use 16-bit hexadecimal color codes with the alpha component. For more information and a list of color codes, see Color Object on MSDN.

    • {logo=namespace.classname}   Inserts a SketchFlow screen or UserControl, such as a logo.

  1. On the Project menu, click SketchFlow Project Settings.

  2. In the SketchFlow Project Settings dialog box, select or clear the following to show or hide them in the SketchFlow Player:

    • The Navigate panel.

    • The Map panel.

    • The Feedback panel.

    • Annotations.

  1. On the Project menu, click SketchFlow Project Settings.

  2. In the SketchFlow Project Settings dialog box, modify visual tags by typing a name in the text box next to the color that you want to use for a specific type of node. For example, if you want to use a yellow node to represent a logon screen in the application flow, type Logon in the text box next to the yellow square.

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