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-===== Chapter ​7.8: iPad and Two-Up Page Design =====+===== Chapter ​12: iPad and Two-Up Page Design =====
  
 ==== Two-Up Page Design ==== ==== Two-Up Page Design ====
 By default, new layouts use a split-page design: ​ By default, new layouts use a split-page design: ​
  
-[{{ :​manual:​chapter1:​ipad_screen.png?​direct&​700 |iPad Screen Layout}}] ​+[{{ :​manual:​chapter1:​ipad_screen.png?​direct&​650 |iPad Screen Layout}}] ​
  
 You may choose one page page for the left side, and a different page (or even the same page) for the right side.  You may choose one page page for the left side, and a different page (or even the same page) for the right side. 
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 To see all topics related to page banks, [[manual:​chapter-working-with-layouts-banks-and-pages|see here]]. To see all topics related to page banks, [[manual:​chapter-working-with-layouts-banks-and-pages|see here]].
  
-<WRAP callout ​info+<WRAP callout>​ 
-Users opinions are split of their love for the two-up page design. ​Half of the MIDI Designer Master Layout creators (like popup, fdesnoyers, planshifter,​ landschall and EZB)  +Users' ​opinions are split of their love for the two-up page design. ​\\ \\ 
-rely on it, because they can mix and match pieces of their layout. ​+ 
 +About half of the MIDI Designer Master Layout creators (like popup, fdesnoyers, planshifter,​ landschall and EZB, to name just a few)  
 +rely on it, because they can mix and match pieces of their layout. ​\\ \\
  
-The other half use **One Big Page**+The other half use //One Big Page//
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
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 When you turn the feature on, MD will explain how the banks will change: When you turn the feature on, MD will explain how the banks will change:
  
-[{{ http://​mididesigner.com/​automatic-images/​ChangeBanksTogetherConfirm.png | Change Banks Together Confirmation}}]+[{{ http://​mididesigner.com/​automatic-images/​ChangeBanksTogetherConfirm.png?650 | Change Banks Together Confirmation}}] 
 + 
 +//Banks Change Together// links the following banks together, \\ left and right: 1-5, 2-6, 3-7, 4-8. 
 + 
 +:!: You can only change the number of banks available on the left side using Change Banks Together. 
 + 
 +=== Move Banks === 
 +//Config -> Actions -> Move Banks 2-4-6 to 5-6-7// 
 +Users who have been using //One Big Page// for some time and decide to use //Change Banks Together// are oftentimes surprised to find that they'​ve used these banks for //One Big Page//: 
 + 
 +^ Left Side ^ Right Side ^ 
 +| 1 | 2 | 
 +| 3 | 4 | 
 +| 5 | 6 | 
 + 
 +while //Change Banks Together// requires these banks: 
 + 
 +^ Left Side ^ Right Side ^ 
 +| 1 | 5 | 
 +| 2 | 6 | 
 +| 3 | 7 | 
 + 
 +You can automatically switch your layout to this new configuration via //Move Banks 2-4-6 to 5-6-7//. You will be 
 +given this prompt: 
 + 
 +[{{ http://​mididesigner.com/​automatic-images/​FixBanksForOneBigBank.png?​650 | Confirmation to Move Banks }}]
  
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