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Lenses

Figure 271. Lens menu.
A. User Lenses B. Factory Lenses 
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None. Do not use a Lens, and instead restore the default features and settings.
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<List of user Lenses>. Your custom user Lenses are listed alphabetically here.
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<List of factory Lenses>. Factory Lenses are listed alphabetically here.
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Save Lens. Save any changes to the current Lens.
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New Lens. Opens the New Lens dialog box, which lets you specify the new Lens name.
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Manage Lenses. Opens the Lens Manager dialog box, which lets you specify which features to enable/disable in Lenses, and which settings to load from Lenses.
To open the Lens Manager dialog box, click the Lens drop-down menu and select Manage Lenses.
Figure 272. Lens Manager.
A. Create new Lens B. Lenses C. Save Lens D. Delete Lens E. Features list F. Settings list G. Show All/None 
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Lens. The Lenses section contains the following controls:
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Create new Lens . Creates a new Lens based on the current Lens.
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Lenses. Lists all available Lenses.
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Save Lens . Saves any changes to the current Lens.
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Delete Lens . Deletes the current Lens.
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Features. Lists all features that can be disabled in a Lens. Select the features you want to enable in the current Lens.
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Settings. Lists all settings that can be loaded by a Lens. When you create a new Lens, all current settings are initially saved with the Lens. From there, you can clear any settings you don’t want to load when you select that Lens. These settings also determine which settings are overwritten in the Lens the next time the Lens is modified. The options are as follows:
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Theme. Load the saved UI theme. For details, see UI themes.
Note: the Lens only saves a reference to the theme name, so the theme must exist in order for the Lens to load it. If the referenced theme file cannot be found, then the active theme will be used.
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Control Bar Layout. Load the saved Control Bar configuration. For details, see Control Bar overview.
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Window Layout. Load the saved window layout, including size and position. This option functions as a global screenset.
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Display Settings. Load global display settings that are specified in the Preferences dialog box. For details, see Preferences dialog.
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Keyboard Shortcuts. Load any custom keyboard shortcuts that are assigned in Edit > Preferences > Customization - Keyboard Shortcuts. For details, see Customization - Keyboard Shortcuts (Advanced) and Key bindings.
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Track Control Manager. Load the saved Track view control configuration (visibility of Volume, Pan, Mute, Solo, Arm for Recording, etc.). For details, see Configuring Track view controls and Track Control Manager.
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Track View Control Order. Load the saved Track view control order. For details, see To configure track and bus control order.
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