The Custom view provides a place to write grid notation, a written grid language that enables you to create grids that are more complex than a form can handle. To use it, write grid notation in the field, then click the Add guides button.
The form is a single field where you write grid notation. Unfocusing the field or clicking the Add guides button validates the field. GuideGuide will display errors on the field if there are any.
If you have filled out the form view, when you switch to the custom view you will see grid notation that the form has generated. This is a great way to learn how grid notation.
Filling in the name field gives your grid a name. This field does not appear unless you are saving a grid.
This is where you write grid notation. If the grid notation contains any errors, GuideGuide will displayed them over the form.
GuideGuide disables this button if the grid notation field contains errors.
Clicking the triangle button next to the Add guides button displays the More menu, which holds features that are useful but not commonly needed.
Clicking the Save grid button opens modifies the form to allow you to save your grid for later use.
Clicking the Reset form button resets all form fields to their empty or default values.
Clicking the What is this? button opens the grid notation documentation in a browser window.
Clicking the Save grid button saves your grid, then opens the saved view where you will see the grid in the list.
Clicking the quick guides buttons adds single guides to some of the most commonly used places, or clears guides.
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