Grid view mode is a feature found in many of the Topaz plug-ins that allows you to preview multiple presets within a collection at a time. This is specifically helpful for compare and contrast when browsing through effects, especially in programs like ReStyle, which contains over 1,000 presets to choose from.

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To access grid view mode, go to the left side of the screen to the preset panel and click on the symbol depicting the 3×3 tiny squares.

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Within grid mode you can switch collections, take snapshots (camera icon), favorite (or star) a preset, and search for a specific look using keywords. See this article on how to use the search capabilities for additional information.

To change the number of views per row in the grid, go to Menu-> Preferences and you can then select anywhere from the range of 2-5 views per row.

Screen Shot 2014-02-14 at 3.41.37 PMGrid mode is a fairly new feature that was first introduced in B&W Effects 2, so it is not something that is in all of our plug-ins yet, but can currently be found in a few of our programs such as ReStyle, Clarity, B&W Effects and Simplify.

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