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Regions define areas on a Layout which hold Widgets (media content) to form sets of timed content.
A new Layout will contain one full size empty Region by default ready for resizing, positioning and adding media content to.
Click on the ‘edit’ icon located in the bottom left hand corner of the Layout View window to open the Layout Editor.
Regions can be positioned anywhere inside the Layout Editor canvas using drag and drop, and resized by using the resize handle located in the lower right-hand corner of the Region.
Click inside a Region to use the resize handle and to open the Region Options form for further configuration.
Click on the icon to add more Regions.
Remove Regions and all associated content by clicking in the Region you wish to delete and then click on the icon. Please note: This action cannot be undone!
Click on to exit edit mode and return to the Layout View.
This tab allows you to optionally create a name for a Region for easier identification, and to enable the Loop option if it is required.
It may be desirable to have a Region with just 1 media item reload when that item has finished. With the Loop ticked the media item will reload each time it expires and show refreshed content until other Regions have fully played out. Loop is only effective for a Region with only 1 media item and should only be used for certain Media types where the content changes (Ticker RSS, Calendar etc).
- If your Region contains more than one Widget, Loop should not be enabled.
- If your Region contains one Widget, and that Widget is a ‘fixed’ item (eg Text), Loop should not be enabled.
- If your Region contains one Widget, and that Widget needs to update periodically (eg RSS Ticker Widget), Loop can be enabled ONLY if the Widget needs to update MORE frequently than the duration of the overall Layout.
This tab allows for precise sizing and positioning as well as the ability to set a Layering Order for playback.
If required, overlapping Regions can be ordered for playback using z-index settings.
Enter a number in the Layer field to determine the order that Region should be shown within the overall stack.
The Layer order is determined by the number entered here, with 1 considered the lowest Layer. The higher the number the higher the Layer.
At the bottom of this tab, click on the Make this Region full screen text to resize as shown by the dimensions displayed here.
Exit Transitions happen when the last media item in a Region is shown and occurs only when all other media items have expired in the other Regions.
Further information on Transitions for administrators can be found here
Ensure any edits made are saved using the Save button on the Region Options form before returning to the Layout View.
Actions can be attached to Regions to effect changes on the Layout.
Full details are available on the Interactive Actions page.
Control which Users/ User Groups can have View/ Edit /Delete access for a Region.
Assign/edit Share options by right clicking on the target Region to open the form.In versions earlier than 3.0.0, Share options are labelled as Permissions!
Please note: The owner of the Layout has full control over sharing.