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Buze is built on a framework which resembles Visual Studio in regards to using docks and tabs to organize its views.

Working with tabs, views and docks

Main toolbars

[TODO: Screenshot + description of every button on all main toolbars]

Main menu

File

New: Clears everything and creates a blank document.

Open: Opens an existing song from disk. Supports .ARMZ, .BMX, .MOD, .IT, .S3M.

Save / Save As...: Saves the current project in .ARMZ file format.

Recent files: Quick access to a list of recent projects.

Save / Save As...: Saves the current project in .ARMZ file format.

Edit

Undo/redo: Steps through history.

Cut/Copy/Paste: Work with the clipboard.

View

Toolbar: Toggles main toolbar visibility.

Status Bar: Toggles status bar visibility.

Main Toolbars: Toggles visibility of other toolbars in the main frame.

Pattern Toolbars: Toggles visibility of toolbars in the pattern editor.

Lock Toolbars: Freeze the toolbars. When enabled, toolbars can not dragged.

Recall screenset: Restores views, windows, sizes and positions from a predefined screeenset.

Store screenset: Saves the position and size of all currently open views and windows to one of the ten available screenset slots.

Pattern Editor: Sets focus to, or opens the pattern editor.

New Pattern Editor: Opens a new pattern editor.

Machines: Sets focus to, or opens the machine view.

Wavetable: Sets focus to, or opens the wavetable and wave editor.

Comment: Sets focus to, or opens the song comment editor.

Pattern Format Editor: Sets focus to, or opens the pattern format editor.

Pattern List: Sets focus to, or opens the pattern list.

Analyzer: Sets focus to, or opens the signal analyzer.

All Machines: Sets focus to, or opens the machine browser.

Files: Sets focus to, or opens the file browser.

CPU Meter: Sets focus to, or opens the CPU Meter.

History: Sets focus to, or opens the history view.

Themes: Changes the current theme

Preferences: Sets focus to, or opens the preferences view.

The status bar

The two last columns of the status bar display the currently selected MIDI-plugin and current CPU usage.