This part will introduce basic items to customize in CLIP STUDIO PAINT for easy use.
Select the [CLIP STUDIO PAINT] menu → [Preferences] or tap the [Preferences] icon on the [Command bar] to display the [Preferences] dialog box.
Within the [Preferences], you can set the color of the interface (display), the unit, the shape of the cursor, the number of undos and so on.
Please check what kind of settings are at work in the initial state.
Changing the interface color
In CLIP STUDIO PAINT it is possible to change the color of interface.
You can change the color via the [Color] settings by selecting [Interface] in the [Preferences] dialog.
In the initial state, the color is set to “Dark color”.
In the initial state, the layout of the iPad version stores each palette in the form of an icon. This way a wider drawing area is available for devices with a smaller screens.
By tapping the icons the palettes are displayed in a pop-up.
If you prefer to use the same layout as the PC version, you can change this in [Preferences].
If you select [Preferences] → [Interface] and uncheck [Layout], the same display as the PC version will be used.
<When the [Layout] check mark is ON>
<When the [Layout] check mark is OFF (Same layout as PC)>
Actual size of display
When creating works for printing, it is recommended to adjust the [Display resolution] so that the canvas displays at the actual size within CLIP STUDIO PAINT.
Confirm the size when printing from the [View] menu → [Print size] when adjusting this
① Tap the [Settings] button in [Preferences] → [Canvas] → [Display resolution].
② When [Settings of display resolution] is shown, the display matches the scale of an actual ruler.
Adjust the scale by operating the slider.
If you frequently use the [Print size] option, it is convenient to register this in the [Command Bar] or the [Quick Access Palette]. Registration methods are explained in the next section.