View controls the ThreadsES interface. Sometimes the user does not need all the functions that the basic layout offers or he just wants to modify it to suit his needs.
Top, left and bottom toolbar can be shown or hidden. The important thing to know is that when turning one of these off it turns all the toolbars off, no matter if they are active or inactive. This hides any toolbar at the top, left or bottom of the screen. So, if the user is in lettering mode and turns off top toolbar, lettering toolbar will also disappear (because it was on the Top Toolbar).
Hide All Dialog hides all the toolbars. Active project is maximized. Main Menu remains visible.
User can click Show All Dialogs to bring back the layout or activate toolbars one by one.
Show Stitch mode shows the whole project as stitches (in stitch mode).
To return to previous view, user must click Show Wire mode. The Wire mode will show only the wire frame version and will not show the stiches.
By default, ThreadsES shows the wire frame mode with fill mode turned on. The outline (wire frame) is visible on the bottom toolbar.
When Show Both Modes is turned on, the drawing window will show a combo of both wire frame mode and the stitch mode. The bottom toolbar will show the stitch mode.
Show Background toggles visibility of image in the project.