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The primary display of the Memento desktop edition is as a screen occupying a Windows [[Glossary#window|window]]. Desktop system user interfaces these days are all windowed, as are desktop Web browsers.
 
The primary display of the Memento desktop edition is as a screen occupying a Windows [[Glossary#window|window]]. Desktop system user interfaces these days are all windowed, as are desktop Web browsers.
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== Layout: Panes, Panels, & Sections ==
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== Layout: Panes, Toolbars, & Sections ==
The Memento desktop edition window is subdivided into 3 primary [[Glossary#pane|panes]], primarily for libraries (on the left), for entries (in the center), and for field properties & values (on the right). On occasion, such as the opening window, when starting the app, the contents of a pane will be subdivided into '''''sections'''''. Pane sections are distinguished from panels in that:
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The Memento desktop edition window is subdivided into 3 primary [[Glossary#pane|panes]], primarily for libraries (on the left), for entries (in the center), and for field properties & values (on the right). On occasion, such as the opening window, when starting the app, the contents of a pane will be subdivided into '''''sections'''''. Pane sections are distinguished from toolbars in that:
* Only the '''content''' is sectioned, whereas, with a panel, it is the pane itself, that is broken up.
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* Only the '''content''' is sectioned, whereas, with a toolbar, it is the pane itself, that is broken up.
* While panels are separated by border lines, pane sections are separated by white space.
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* While toolbars are separated by border lines, pane sections are separated by white space.
    
=== Example 1: The Opening window ===
 
=== Example 1: The Opening window ===
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;The Help section: is made up of a list of hyperlinks to Help articles and a pair of hyperlinks -- to the Memento Wiki and to the Memento Users Forum.
 
;The Help section: is made up of a list of hyperlinks to Help articles and a pair of hyperlinks -- to the Memento Wiki and to the Memento Users Forum.
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The Memento [[Glossary#Window|window]] is populated in various ways, depending upon what is happening in the window. There are always a Windows title bar and a Windows main menu toolbar, and they always have the same format. Beyond that, windows are populated with tiled panes. Panes are often broken down into tiled panels. A pane's content may be presented in sections, each with a title, text, and hyperlinks.
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The Memento [[Glossary#Window|window]] is populated in various ways, depending upon what is happening in the window. There are always a Windows title bar and a Windows main menu toolbar, and they always have the same format. Beyond that, windows are populated with tiled panes. Panes are often broken down into tiled toolbars. A pane's content may be presented in sections, each with a title, text, and hyperlinks.
    
=== Example 2: The field view/edit window ===
 
=== Example 2: The field view/edit window ===
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;The Help section: is made up of a list of hyperlinks to Help articles and a pair of hyperlinks -- to the Memento Wiki and to the Memento Users Forum.
 
;The Help section: is made up of a list of hyperlinks to Help articles and a pair of hyperlinks -- to the Memento Wiki and to the Memento Users Forum.
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The Memento [[Glossary#Window|window]] is populated in various ways, depending upon what is happening in the window. There are always a Windows title bar and a Windows main menu toolbar, and they always have the same format. Beyond that, windows are populated with tiled panes. Panes are often broken down into tiled panels. A pane's content may be presented in sections, each with a title, text, and hyperlinks.
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The Memento [[Glossary#Window|window]] is populated in various ways, depending upon what is happening in the window. There are always a Windows title bar and a Windows main menu toolbar, and they always have the same format. Beyond that, windows are populated with tiled panes. Panes are often broken down into tiled toolbars. A pane's content may be presented in sections, each with a title, text, and hyperlinks.
 
=== The Libraries pane ===
 
=== The Libraries pane ===
 
After opening, the left pane has not changed; it is still the Libraries pane with the same menu buttons.  
 
After opening, the left pane has not changed; it is still the Libraries pane with the same menu buttons.  

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