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To display this dialog box either click Text Options on the Toolbar at the top of the window or choose Text on the Window menu or press ALT+T.

1 Change the  text of the current button. 
2 Add or remove text in the NavBar Buttons list box. You can later export all added navbar buttons at once (see  File - Batch Export menu command)
3 Change the text font size and style.
4 Set current Text Font name.
5 Click to edit current text color.
6 Set Antialiased or Crisp Font Style. Antialiased style is good for all fonts, while Crisp style will look good only with a certain fonts (like Arial) and Regular font style.

 

 

 

To display this dialog box either click Lighting Options on the Toolbar at the top of the window or choose Light on the Window menu or press ALT+L.

Crystal Button has three lights shining on the button. Two of these lights can be any position and color. Third light controls self-illumination and can be any color.

 

 

 

 To display this dialog box either click Material Options on the Toolbar at the top of the window or choose Material on the Window menu or press ALT+M.

There are two ways in Crystal Button you can use to specify material:

  • Select predefined material from the list. You can choose metallic/glassy or plastic materials.
  • Create your own custom material.

Custom Material Options

 

1 Shininess of specular highlights, with a value of 5 giving a plastic look and higher values giving a more metallic look.
2 Shininess strength of specular highlights.
3 Enable or disable button transparency.
4 Alter this slider position to change transparency level.
5 Set specular highlights color.

 

 

To display this dialog box either click Borders Options on the Toolbar at the top of the window or choose Borders on the Window menu or press ALT+B.

Borders Options

 

 

 

To display this dialog box either click Shape Options on the Toolbar at the top of the window or choose Shape on the Window menu or press ALT+S.

Button Shape Options

 

1 Currently selected button shape.
2 Flip currently selected shape in the horizontal direction
3 Flip currently selected shape in the vertical direction.
4 Set the sharpness level of the currently selected shape.

 

 

To display this dialog box either click Deformation Options on the Toolbar at the top of the window or choose Deformation on the Window menu or press ALT+D.

There are two ways in Crystal Button you can use to specify deformation (extrusion)  options:

  • Select predefined deformation (extrusion) from the list.
  • Create your own custom deformation (extrusion).

Custom Deformation (extrusion) Options

 

1 Turn horizontal (vertical) extrusion on or off.
2 Controls horizontal (vertical) extrusion shift
3 Horizontal (vertical) extrusion depth level.
4 Horizontal (vertical) deformation method:
  1. Extrusion with flat center.
  2. Extrusion with curved center.

 

 

 

To display this dialog box either click Image Options on the Toolbar at the top of the window or choose Image on the Window menu or press ALT+I.

Image Options

 

1 Size of the the button image in pixels.

Note that you can change the size of the button only when the Auto Size check box is unchecked.  

2 When this check box is checked the size of the button image depends on the button text size and text margins.

When this check box is unchecked you can specify the image size in the Width and Height edit boxes.

3 Click to change background color.
4 Change the vertical and horizontal alignment of the text. 

Note that alignment is applied relative to the text margins. 

5 Set  the vertical and horizontal text margins in pixels.

 

To display this dialog box either click Texture Options on the Toolbar at the top of the window or choose Texture on the Window menu or press ALT+X.

Texture Options

 

1 Select Texture from build-in texture library. 
2 Set Texture/Button blending option. 

Select "No Blending" to turn textures off.

3 Change texture opacity level. 100% opacity will  turn textures off.
4 Set texture origin in pixels.

 

To display this dialog box either click Shadow Options on the Toolbar at the top of the window or choose Sahdow on the Window menu or press ALT+H.

 

1 Select "Text Shadow" or "Button Shadow" to change text or button shadow options.
2 Enable or disable shadow.
3 Click to set Shadow Color. Brightness slider on the right controls shadow transparency level.
4 Set position of the shadow relative to the button position.
5 Change Blur level of the shadow.

 

 

 

 

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