Here are some useful hints and tips for customizing Clicker 6!
Did you know you can apply a universal color scheme and font to all Clicker Sets and Documents?
For learners with low vision, you can configure Clicker 6 so that all Clicker Sets and Documents appear the same. This doesn’t change the appearance of the files themselves, only their appearance on your computer.
To do this, open the Options menu, choose User Access and switch to the Display tab.
To set a high-contrast color scheme, click the Color Scheme box.
To specify your own colors, choose the Custom scheme and then click the Background and Additional colors below to change them.
To always use a particular font, check the Always use this font checkbox and choose your desired font options below.
Did you know you can make Clicker 6 full screen?
To keep a learner focused on Clicker 6, you can make it full screen. This minimizes distractions and temporarily limits the ability to use other programs (not on Mac).
To make Clicker 6 full screen, press the F11 key (Mac: while holding the Apple key). Press again to leave full screen.
To always start Clicker 6 in full screen, open the Options menu and click Program Management. On the Access Control tab, choose In Full Screen mode.
Did you know you can disable Edit Mode?
To prevent learners from editing Clicker Sets, you can disable Edit Mode.
To do this, open the Options menu and click User Preferences. On the Clicker Set tab, uncheck Enable Edit Mode.
This disables the buttons used to access Edit Mode.