Adjust the shelf for a shelf control
When you add a shelf control such as a keyboard to the workspace, it appears at a default angle, creating a three-dimensional appearance. You can adjust the angle of the shelf control so that it appears more or less three-dimensional. This can be useful, for example, if you want to see more of the keys on the keyboard or minimize the amount of space it occupies onscreen.
You can also move the shelf vertically to change its position in the workspace. When you move the shelf vertically, all screen controls on the shelf (for example, a modulation or pitch bend wheel and a keyboard) move with the shelf.
Adjust the angle of the shelf for a shelf control
In the workspace, select the shelf control.
White alignment guides for the control’s shelf appear.
Drag the lower alignment guide (the one aligned with the front of the shelf control).
To make the angle steeper (as though you are looking down from above): Drag the lower alignment guide down.
To make the angle less steep (as though you are looking from the front): Drag the alignment guide up.
Move a shelf vertically
Select one of the screen controls on the shelf.
The alignment guides for the shelf appear.
Place the pointer over the upper alignment guide (the one aligned with the rear of the shelf control).
The pointer becomes a move pointer (a horizontal bar with up and down arrows).
Drag the upper alignment guide to move the shelf to a new position.