Usually, the complexity of a Software is related to the number of available features it has. A common consequence is pain, confusion, and frustration for users. We didn’t sacrifice usability with Camelot 2.0. While we added a huge number of new features to address your requests, we also redesigned its GUI and kept the same intuitiveness and ease of use that version 1.x had.
With the 2.0 version we addressed a few usability issues of version 1.x but also improved the language and organization of its sections…
On the Timeline and Scene views, the screen area is organized in sections with a dedicated + button to add the related content.
You can find the Backing Tracks timeline, the Scenes timeline and Markers on the Timeline screen.
Scene Layers, Song Racks, and Setlist Racks are on the Layer View screen.
Each section has an Edit button (pencil icon) that triggers the new Edit mode. This mode has been created to allow easy drag & drop reordering, labeling, color customization and delete actions. Having a separate area for editing has the advantage of separating potentially dangerous actions if triggered unintentionally during a live performance.