Autodesk 3ds Max - Creating Workspaces

May 22, 2013 By Craig Bashor Leave a comment

With the release of Autodesk 3ds Max 2013 you were able to create custom workspaces for the UI (User Interface). The Workspace feature lets you switch quickly among different interface setups. You can restore custom arrangements of toolbars, menus, viewport layout presets, the modeling ribbon, and keyboard shortcuts.

The Workspace interface is found on the quick access toolbar and is made up of two sections. The upper section provides a list of available workspaces and the lower section is used to manage and reset the default state of the UI.

A new workspace can be created by selecting on the Manage Workspace option in the drop-down list. Then the Manage Workspaces dialog box opens where you can create, edit and delete workspaces. It is recommended that you create a new workspace before adding or removing items to the UI.

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