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You could call this an “alternate guide to Opus 10”. It takes a different approach, starting from an interface where the most powerful Opus features are big and loud, at your fingertips (two toolbars provided); then explaining all the buttons one by one; then moving on to customization and all sorts of tips.
For the six weeks that I was working on this on and off, reading the 714 pages of our beautiful manual and customizing my interface, Leo and others on the forum have been amazingly helpful. Thank you all for contributing.
Any page can always be improved, so if you see typos, inaccuracies or have suggestions, please send them my way and I’ll try to stay on top of it.
The tut may have a few ideas that you don’t share, but I really hope you’ll like it in spite of that.
I always say that Opus should be as popular as Photoshop (or more!)
Hopefully this adds something new to the body of Opus literature and contributes in a small way to spreading our spectacular file manager.
When new versions of the toolbars are ready, I plan to update this thread .
Wishing you all a fun day.