Setting Default Styles
You can set a default button and text style for each menu. Additionally, you can choose
a default text style for the entire project in DVD Studio Pro Preferences.
Using Templates, Styles, and Shapes to Create Your Menus
DVD Studio Pro uses the default button style any time you create a button, whether by
dragging the pointer in the Menu Editor or dragging an asset to the Menu Editor and
choosing an option from the Drop Palette that creates buttons.
The default text style is used whenever you add a text object to any menu in a project.
You can also set a default text style for each menu. The text style includes the font, its
size, and its color. It can also include default text.
You can set the default button and text styles by dragging the style to the Menu Editor
or using shortcut menus.
Setting the default button or text style for a menu only affects that
menu—each menu has its own default button and text style settings.
To set a button or text style as the menu default by dragging
Select a button or text style in the Palette and drag it to the Menu Editor.
When the Drop Palette appears, choose Set Default Button (or Text) Style.
To set a button or text object as the menu default in the Palette
In the Palette, Control-click the button or text object you want to use as the default, then
choose Set as Default from the shortcut menu.
To set a button or text object as the menu default in the Menu Editor
In the Menu Editor, Control-click the button or text object you want to use as the default,
then choose Set as Default from the shortcut menu.
Additionally, you can set the default button and text styles for a menu when you apply
Setting DVD Studio Pro Preferences
for information on setting a default text style in
DVD Studio Pro Preferences.