World Editor

When you create a new project or open an existing one, you will find yourself on the main screen.

The main screen provides a versatile workspace that developers can customize to suit their specific needs. This workspace is the central hub where you’ll perform various tasks and interact with your project’s elements.

As you work within the main screen and navigate between these areas, you’ll have the tools and resources you need to build, edit, and manage your project effectively. Feel free to explore the various zones to streamline your workflow and achieve your development goals.

Workspace Management

The World Editor provides robust tools for managing your workspace, allowing users to tailor it to their specific needs. Whether you’re optimizing your layout, adding or removing widgets, adjusting sizes, or configuring panel arrangements, the Workspace Management feature offers flexibility and customization.

Changing Workspaces: Users can seamlessly switch between different workspaces based on their tasks or preferences. Each workspace configuration is designed to enhance specific workflows, ensuring a dynamic and efficient development environment.

Customizing Widgets: Add, remove, or rearrange widgets within the workspace to create a setup that suits your workflow. The ability to customize widgets empowers users to prioritize essential tools and information, promoting a personalized and productive experience.

Saving and Loading Workspaces: The World Editor allows you to save your custom workspace configurations to the disk. This feature is beneficial for users who have tailored their workspace to specific project requirements or have found an optimal arrangement for their workflow. Load saved workspaces at any time to maintain a consistent and familiar environment.

To manage your workspace:

  1. Navigate to the Window > Workspace menu or a dedicated workspace management interface.

  2. Explore options to change, customize, save, and load workspaces.

Main Areas


The main screen is divided into several key areas:

Viewport: The viewport is the primary working area where you can view and manipulate project content. This is where you’ll spend most of your time interacting with project assets.

Properties: The properties panel, often located on the right side of the screen, displays detailed information and settings for selected project elements. You can use this panel to adjust properties and configurations.

Content Browser: This area houses the actual content of your project. It could be your code, design elements, documents, or any other project-specific data. You can organize and manage your content from this section.

Hierarchy: The hierarchy panel provides an overview of the structure and organization of your project. It displays a tree-like representation of project elements, allowing you to navigate and access different parts of your project efficiently.

Remember that the specific features and functionalities within each of these areas may vary depending on your project’s nature and the software or platform you’re using. Refer to the corresponding sections in this documentation for more detailed information on each area’s functionality.

Editor Capabilities

Explore the documentation sections below to learn more about all components of the user interface and how to make the most of them in your projects.