Selecting a menu from the first row of buttons on the Navigation panel determines which options are available in the second row of buttons. What you select in the Navigation panel also determines the features available on the Function panel.
You can see which options are available by checking the digital display. For example, in the following illustration the Grade menu has been selected and the InPr, OutPr, Inside, and Outside options appear in the digital display. The location of these options in the digital display is the same as their location amongst the option buttons.
|Grade||Enable the In Primary, Out Primary, Inside, and Outside options, and activate Logarithmic or Linear grading in the Function panel. See.|
|Curves||Enable the In Primary, Out Primary, Hue, and RGB options, and activate curves grading in the Function panel. See.|
|Key||Enable the Key menu, and activate keying functionality in the Function panel. Seeand .|
|Geom||Enable the Rectangle, Circle, Wipe (in Dual view), Bezier (free-form geometry), Inside, and Outside options, and activate geometry grading in the Function panel. See.|
|P&S||Activate repositioning functionality in the Function panel. When this function is selected, no additional options are activated in the Navigation panel. See.|
|More (upper)||Access the following additional options: Label, Thumbnails, and GUI. These options pertain to elements in the user interface. See.|
|More (lower)||Access the following additional options: Low, High, and Screen. These options pertain to the control surface appearance. See.|