Once comfortable with the basic features within StudyCrafter and specifically the scene builder, then some of the advanced features can be explored. These advanced features take some basic coding skills to execute, but do offer even more customization to the scene and to the project as a whole.
Returning to the Assets tab in the scene builder, the final component to discuss is Interface. The interface adds assets such as buttons, speech bubbles, or blank panels. As with all assets, Interface assets add yet another layer of depth to a scene by providing a type of interactivity with the user.
To add an interface to a scene is identical to adding any other asset to a scene. First, click on the Assets tab. The tab is selected with it is yellow with black text. Select Interface from the drop-down menu. There are three pages of interface assets for a total of 30 potential interfaces. The interfaces are speech bubbles, blank panels, or a variety of buttons. Scroll through the pages to find the desired interface, the click on that interface to add it to the scene.
Once the interface is added to the scene, it can be resized by selecting any one of the corners or sides. The interface can be rotated using the wheel located on the right side of the asset. As with any other asset, the interface selected has red text in the layers menu.