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Showing and Hiding Items in the Scene Tab

From the Scene tab Options menu, choose Show and click the right arrow to display the options shown below.

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These options toggle the display of specific types of objects on or off in the Scene tab. A checkmark appears next to the option when the figures, objects, lights, cameras, or other plug-in options are listed in the Scene tab. If a checkbox does not appear, the items are not included in the list. Note that making objects visible or invisible in the tree list does not show or hide them in your scene.

  • Show Figures: Figures are poseable objects that have bones. Enable or disable this option to show or hide the figures (boned objects) that are listed in the Scene Tab.
  • Show Objects: Objects that do not contain bones are typically known as props. They include items like scenery, hair, and other items that do not contain bones. Enable or disable this option to show or hide the props that are listed in the Scene Tab.
  • Show Lights: Enable this option to show or hide the lights that are listed in the scene tab.
  • Show Cameras: Toggles viewing user-created cameras within the Scene Tab on and off (default views and cameras, aside from Default Camera, do not appear in the Scene Tab). A checkmark appears next to this option when it is enabled. Clearing this checkbox removes all user-created cameras from the Scene Tab tree view, and vice-versa.
  • Other Options: Other options may appear in the list if you have purchased add-ons for DAZ Studio. For example, if you have the D-Form plug-in for DAZ Studio, you can toggle the deformers that appear in your scene list.

The image below shows what your scene list looks like if you choose to list only the figures in your scene. Other content types (objects, lights, scenes, and deformers) are removed from the list, making it easier to find the poseable figures in your scene.

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