In Polypane, each viewport is referred to as a pane. In horizontal and vertical layouts you can have as many of them as you need. In focus mode, you get a single pane in the center of your view. A pane consists of two parts: the viewport, where the page is shown, and the pane header, where you can set various properties of the pane.
Adding and removing panes
Removing and adding panes is easy in Polypane and can be done directly in the interface. To add a pane, you can either double click anywhere between panes to add a pane there, right click between panes and select "Add pane here" or press
ctrl/cmd n to add one on the beginning of the list. Polypane will automatically scroll the newest pane into view.
To delete a pane, hover over its title and a small
x will appear in the top left corner of a pane. Click it to delete the pane.
If you want to stress-test your website, press
shift ctrl/cmd n to randomly resize all visible panes.
Changing the order of panes
You can change the order of panes by using the arrows in the header of each pane. Hover over the header to show them. Clicking an arrow switches the pane with the one next to it. If you have
shift pressed while clicking, you switch with the first or last pane.
You can filter panes by type using the "filter" icon in the header.
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