Getting Started - 4. A quick tour of Interface

In "Create your first library" we have successfully created our first library. Now, we can start using Eagle!


In this chapter, we will start with the introduction of Eagle's interface. As shown in the figure, Eagle's interface is divided into several parts:

  1. Sidebar
  2. Toolbar
  3. Inspector
  4. List
  5. Search bar
  6. Filter


1. Sidebar

Sidebar is mainly placed "content", "smart folder", "folder". We can click on items in the sidebar to switch contents of different classifications, This is one of the most frequently used functions of Eagle. In the following tutorials, we will explain every single function more specifically.


2. Toolbar

Toolbar is mainly used to control the current display content and display mode. The slider can adjust the display size of images, the search, the filter can be used to searching for images you need.


3. Inspector


4. List

Image list is mainly used to display the contents of the current page, You can freely adjust the display of items, size, arrangement according to your needs.


5. Searcher bar

Search is mainly used to find the content you need, you can enter any keyword to search. You can even define the scope of search , e.g., "name", "file extension", "tag", "URL". 


6. Filter

The advanced filter can be opened by clicking the " " button next to the search bar. Through the powerful filter, you can find any content you need according to "tag", "color", "shape", "format", and other conditions of the images.


We have a general understanding of Eagle ! In the next chapter, we will learn how to add images to Eagle and classify them.

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