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 ===== The Class Pane ===== ===== The Class Pane =====
  
-In TAD, the objects are combined ​into classes according to their characteristics. The objects and their classes are displayed in the **Class Pane**. You can see the class pane in the left pane of the screen. The **Project** is the main class and you cannot rename it. You can add multiple classes to the Project class and rename them by clicking twice on the class names.+In TAD, the objects are grouped ​into classes according to their characteristics. The objects and their classes are displayed in the **Class Pane**. You can see the class pane in the left pane of the screen. The Project is the main class and you cannot rename it. You can add multiple classes to the Project class and rename them by clicking twice on the class names.
  
 You can create more classes and objects within the existing classes. Every object must have a unique name within a class. It is recommended that objects have unique names even if they are in different classes. You can drag objects from one class and drop them to another class. You can create more classes and objects within the existing classes. Every object must have a unique name within a class. It is recommended that objects have unique names even if they are in different classes. You can drag objects from one class and drop them to another class.
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 **Note:** For more information on objects, see [[SFA Taxonomy]]. **Note:** For more information on objects, see [[SFA Taxonomy]].
  
-The view class contains [[pseudo ​objects]]:+The View class contains [[Pseudo ​objects]]:
   * location   * location
   * lookat   * lookat
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 You can: You can:
-  * Click an object in the Class Pane and make it the **current object**.+  * Click an object in the Class Pane and make it the current object.
   * Right click to add, delete, select and/or view a class (or classes).   * Right click to add, delete, select and/or view a class (or classes).
  
-**Note**: The Class Pane is mobile. You can drag and place it either ​on the left side or the right side of the screen.+**Note**: The Class Pane is mobile. You can drag and place it anywhere ​on the screen.

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