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Static Toolbars vs Dynamic Toolbars

In Most of the Windows Applications you are using Static Toolbars these Toolbars stays one a Single Place and can not be Moved to a other Place, Compared with Dynamic Toolbars it can be Moved and it is able to Automatic Follow the Mouse Pointer.

Back in the day, when design skills were rare and design software even harder to procure, it was difficult to get into graphic design, or any sort of design, really. You would have to spend hundreds, if not thousands of dollars just to get all your tools and software set up and running. You would have to spend even more to skill-up enough to turn up a profit. Now, it is much easier and cheaper than it ever has been. 

Materials and resources for graphic design are plentiful online. But this doesn’t mean your work as a designer isn’t fraught with challenges. From the big things such as keeping up with global design trends, to the small things such as finding the right typeface for a particular design project, designers face daily challenges. There is one challenge, however, that designers the world over face: the time it takes to design. If design time were to be reduced, a designer would produce his designs faster, his thought processes would be improved, and the expression of his creativity would be quicker because the gap between conceptualization and implementation of ideas would have been bridged.

The graphic designer’s favorite input device is the mouse. We all can agree about that. Of course, there are keyboard shortcuts, but really, who enjoys repeatedly grasping and droping his mouse when you can achieve all but text input with it? However, pushing pixels with the mouse can get really cumbersome in that you’re always switching between toolbars and clicking all your tools from the same location.


Toolbars, traditionally, are either located on the left side of the screen or at the top. With the workspace located smack in the middle of the screen, designers have to cover a long distance with the mouse. Of course, it doesn’t necessarily have to be this way. There are two types of toolbars.

Static toolbars stay in one position on the screen. They can not be placed anywhere on the screen and they stay there. That means you can move your toolbar closer to your workspace and reduce how far you’d have to move your mouse to get tools. This is a definite step up from the traditional toolbars that come with design software.

 Dynamic toolbars on the other hand don’t stay in one position. In fact, they can move around the screen with the mouse! Getting tools becomes infinitely easier, because you have all your tools right next to your mouse. 

Doubtlessly, preferences differ from one designer to the next. What works for one might not work for another. Having the toolbar closer to the workspace would cut down mouse movements on screen, which in turn cuts down the time it takes to activate design tools from the toolbar,

  • Sketchup Automation Tools. (ideal for Sketchup Pro Software a 3d Graphic Creator Tool.)
  • Gimp Automation Tools. (in Gimp Freeware a Raster Photo/Graphics Designer Tool.)
  • Inkscape Automation Tools. (this works on Inkscape Freeware a Vector Based Graphics Software) 

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Sketchup Pro Automation Tools 1.0 Software

SketchUp is a 3D modeling computer software that is used to draw and make designs in 3D. The software, especially because it’s 3D editing, can be used in a variety of work fields. Architects are the major users of this program. Given the detailed and complicated nature of most modernday building structures, the architects have to rely on equally ingenious design software of this kind to generate those designs.

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Film Makers also find this software useful. Though intended for building and construction chores, this software is also extensively applicable in film making. It is used to generate virtual 2D and 3D images that are designed in such a way that it gives some illusions of reality. It is also applicable in a myriad of fields and professional industries, some of which are video game designs, mechanical and civil engineering, landscape architecture, interior design, and general construction.

The Static Toolbar, on the other hand, stay fixed in one position, mostly at the top. You will have to go through some stress to be able to have your way. Thankfully, this toolbar is found only in the basic versions of the software.

This Automation Tool helps you maximize the power of Sketchup software and maximizes your creativity by reducing the time it takes to create 3D models. Some of the benefits of this software include: 

  • You have better work flow
  • Your parametric design is drastically improved.
  • The need for a keyboard device is greatly reduced.
  • You can stay on your primary design input, the mouse.
  • You do not need to search in menu bar for the right tools. They are all listed on the dynamic toolbar.
  • 50% reduction in mouse movements, which result it faster design times.
  • It is the guaranteed fastest way to work in Sketchup Pro!

Requirements are:

- Windows System 32/64 Bit (98/xp/vista/7/8/8.1/10)
- Sketchup Pro Software.

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SketchUp Pro is a premium version

For a start, SketchUp Pro is a premium version of the SketchUp software. It contains extra features and capabilities which its free counterpart (Sketchup Free and Sketchup Make) lack. This gives it the ability to bring in added benefits, functionality and the power of imagination to you. Other than creating the 3D models, the software gives you the power to edit both the 2D and the 3D models. 

These models need not necessarily be derived from or have been created by the software as you have the option of importing some designs from external sources. Other than that, it also lets you ‘export’ the final products to foreign platforms. Then, it still possesses the bare minimum set of tools and accessories which the ordinary version contains. 

Generally Speaking, the SketchUp Free/Make is good for a starter or someone who has never attempted to use these kinds of design software before. The SketchUp Pro, on the other hand, is for a professional, and in most cases, an experienced user.

The Sketup Automation Tools 1.0 software contain two tools for use in Sketchup Pro program. These are the dynamic and the static tools respectively. The dynamic tools always move with
the arrow to whichever direction where the mouse points. They therefore cut down the hassles you will otherwise have to struggle with while creating your own designs.

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Your Choice

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Gimp Automation Tools 1.0 Software

Gimp, short for GNU Image Manipulation Program, is a powerful image editing software that can stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the likes of Adobe Photoshop. Made even more powerful by the fact that it is open source and can be custom automated by expert third-party designers with scripts in Python. Automations are basically scripts that allow extended functionality. For example, converting the white background of a hundred images to transparent would be a strenuous, repetitive task, but with automation, you can just define the processes and add the images and that’s that. That’s the power of automation!

Gimp Automation Tools comprises of launchers for static and dynamic toolbars usable in Gimp. As mentioned earlier, tasks in Gimp can become very repetitive very quickly. The same goes for using tools from the toolbar. Gimp automation tools software launches a toolbar that contains all the tools in Gimp

This toolbar is special in that it can either be static, or dynamic. You can have it stay in one position on the screen, or have it automatically follow the mouse as it moves across the screen. That means all your favourite tools are never more than a short mouse distance away. This, in turn, means:

  • Better workflow. Your creativity can be expressed very quickly. Literally at the speed of thought!
  • Less design time. The time it takes to complete a design becomes drastically reduced because
  • Less mouse movements. You move your mouse more than 50% less than if you were using Gimp's native toolbars. It also means computer speed improvement!
  • You stay on your favourite input. With the dynamic toolbar launcher, you can work primarily with your mouse. No need to type shortcut commands. No need to type searches into the menu bar search box. All your tools are within mouse’s reach.
  • More fun! Designing becomes less tedious and more fun!

There are also mouse shortcuts that can be easily used to reduce work time. Take for instance, the Rectangle Tool. Left clicking the rectangle tool will activate it and enable you to draw a rectangle as usual. But Right clicking it would enable you to stroke any selection. Left clicking the Elipse tool enables you to draw an elipse, but right clicking it would enable you to use the “Grow any selection” function.

You can also change the settings of the software to allow the toolbar stay in one position close to your workspace. This is still better than the native toolbar as it removes the need for tiresome

searches for tools in the menu bar. All in all, this tool is the guaranteed fastest way to work in Gimp.

Requirements are:

- Windows System 32/64 Bit(98/xp/vista/7/8/8.1/10)
- Gimp Freeware

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Inkscape Automation Tools 1.0 Software

Inkscape is a free software for creating and editing vector graphics. Similar to programs like Adobe Illutrator and CorelDraw, Inkscape is multi-platform, but we’ll be looking at the Windows software. The uniqueness of Inkscape lies in two things. 

First thing is that it is open source, licensed under the General Public License (GPL). This means that it can be downloaded, used, copied and distributed without paying for it. That also means that its functionality can be extended with third-party scripts, but more on that later. 

The second thing that distinguishes Inkscape from other graphic design software is that it saves files in SVG file format. SVG, short for Scalable Vector Graphics is an XML-based format for creating graphics files. This means that an SVG file can be opened and edited with any code editor or even plain text editor without an image editing software. It also means that, since SVG images aren’t comprised of pixels, it can be scaled (increased or decreased in size) without becoming pixilated like JPEG or other image formats.

Every designer working with design software needs powerful, top-of-the-line software and tools that will not only get the job done, but provide added flexibility, versatility and freedom to enable smoother and more efficient workflow. One of the biggest factors of this is time. As the case is with many things, the smallest things usually make all the difference. If you’re a designer that values quality work output as well as efficient time management, then Inkscape Automation Tools 1.0 – Toolbar Launcher for Inkscape is for you.
Inkscape Automation Tools 1.0 software is a toolbar launcher that works in Inkscape. It contains static and dynamic toolbars (something for everyone!) Using tools in Inkscape has never been easier or faster as the importance of the time factor for designing graphics cannot be overemphasized. Inkscape Automation tools reduces the time it takes to design graphics by at least 50% by bringing the toolbar, not only closer to your workspace with the option of making it dynamically move around the screen with the mouse. Some of the benefits are:

  • Your workflow improves because the speed of designing improves.
  • It takes less time to complete projects, and that means meeting deadlines much more comfortably.
  • You get to stay on your favourite input devices, the mouse. This is especially better because using the mouse is faster and easier than the keyboard. The need for typing with
    the keyboard is drastically reduced as keyboard shortcuts (which are popular with design software) are no longer needed

It is flexible in that it fits seamlessly into your design process. You can set it to be static and stay in one position on the screen or you can make it dynamic, thus making it move along with the mouse across the screen.

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Requirements are:

- Windows System 32/64 Bit(98/xp/vista/7/8/8.1/10)
- Inkscape Freeware

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