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File & Help Menu in Bryce 5

File & Help Menu in Bryce 5

File & Help Menu in Bryce 5

So just a little challenged.  I've just purchased Bryce and cannot find a "file menu" and a "help menu".  Also, can't figure out how to "exit".  The menus I have are create/Edit and Sky & Fog.  In the manual it mentions to create a new document you should choose File Menu - New....when I start Bryce I'm taken directly to a new scene.

Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong.



RE: File & Help Menu in Bryce 5

The file menus are hidden in an auto hide at the very top of the screen.  This is one slightly annoying thing that Bryce does by default.  Just move your cursor to the top of the screen and the file menu should appear.


RE: File & Help Menu in Bryce 5

The best way I found to minimize Bryce is to use
The windows Key + M, this will minimize all windows then just max any other windows you require. Works real well when rendering.

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