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ArtixMedia Menu Studio 3.71 - User Guide and FAQScreenshots - More Details
Working with the program
ArtixMedia Menu Studio is a visual development tool that has been designed to help the users in creating their own multimedia programs. ArtixMedia Menu Studio enables the users to create quality interactive disks, varying from the CDs intended as presents for friends to the teaching programs and business presentations.
The ArtixMedia Menu Studio application model is very simple. Each application consists of the individual fields, which are called pages. Basically, pages are the blank fields for the information to be placed on. The transitions between the pages are possible with the event processing, which we will discuss a little bit later.
To place the information on a page, to create a connection between the pages, to make the component dynamic or interactive, and to allow the assessment of an application to some other elements of the operational sphere, you require the help of COMPONENTS. They are to be placed on the pages. There are 21 components in the program, which are divided into six groups:
Mouse click on the component
Mouse moving over the component
(Note: event processing is not provided for all of the components) After an event has occurred (user has moved a mouse over a component or clicked on it), the event processor appears and an application performs the required action. There are two kinds of actions present in Menu Studio:
Action when mouse is clicked on the component
Action when mouse is moved over the component
Here is basically the whole conception of the Menu Studio, which structural scheme looks like this: Page-Component-Event-Action
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