S T R U C T O R I Z E R - User Guide
Preferences > Look & Feel

Here, you can change the overall look & feel of the graphical user interface of Structorizer. The different designs that appear in the submenu are those that are installed on your computer. You can simply select one of them. Structorizer remembers the chosen theme and will load it next time you start Structorizer.


  • If you ever happen to come to the situation where a given design makes Structorizer crash, please delete the folder ".structorizer", which is located in your home directory, and restart Structorizer.
  • The "CDE/Motif" Look and Feel may have some unexpected side effect. So the usual Cut, Copy and Paste hot keys (Ctrl-X, Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V) won't work within the Element editors, but the UNIX-like equivalent actions like central mouse-button click in order to paste may not work, either. Usually, Shift-Del, Ctrl-Ins, Shift-Ins (also being very common in Windows) may work instead, though. Likewise the size of the controls on some dialogs may vary so much that e.g. the OK button might not be visible without manually enlarging the respective dialog.
  • See GUI Scaling if - besides the Look & Feel - the size of your icons or GUI fonts doesn't please you or e.g. if you want to scale up Structorizer including menus, toolbars etc. for presentation purposes.

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