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Personalize Your Workspace

You can change the appearance of the Workspace interface by choosing a predefined appearance from the Change Theme submenu. This lesson contains the following section:

Changing the Appearance of Workspace

You can change the way that the Workspace looks by using a simple menu selection. Workspace provides the default 8.5 theme, the classic 8.1 Blue theme, and two alternate 8.1 themes, Royale and Fancy. Your system administrator might also have created additional themes for you to use.

Lesson: Changing the appearance of the agent interface

Purpose: To alter the way in which the Workspace interface is displayed on your desktop.

Prerequisites

Start

  1. The flat grey appearance of Workspace is the default color scheme; it is called the Default theme (see the Main Window, displaying the Default theme figure).
    Main Window, displaying the Default theme

    To change the color scheme of Workspace, in the Main Window, open the Main Menu (see the Main Window Main menu figure).

    Main Window Main menu
  2. Select a different theme from the Change Theme submenu (see the Main Window Main Menu, displaying Change Theme to Blue option figure).
    Main Window Main Menu, displaying Change Theme to Blue option
    Workspace provides three additional themes that are based on the 8.1 interface, which are called Blue, Royale, and Fancy. Your system administrator might have configured additional theme options from which you can choose.
  3. A Workspace message is displayed to inform you that the new theme will be applied the next time that you start the Workspace application (see the Workspace message figure). Click OK to dismiss the message.
    Workspace Change Theme message
  4. Exit and then restart Workspace. The Main Window and all the other windows of Workspace are displayed with the new theme (see the Main Window displaying the Blue theme figure).
    Main Window displaying the Blue theme

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