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  • Hey Astemeteam,

    I'll start answering your questions in order.

    1. For the picture frame template, we build the frame programmatically around the content when the lens is run. For the purposes of teaching, you can simply ignore the scene panel when using the picture frame template. 
    2. You can drag any panel by clicking and holding the title of the panel (e.g. "Inspector" for example). Then, while still holding, drag the panel to wherever you want to position it. You should get a blue line that indicates where the panel will be dropped. Let go to drop the panel into place. 
    3. While developing, you can only push one Lens to your device at a time. In order see more than one Lens in your carousel you will have to go through the submission process detailed here then unlock those Lenses by following the guide here.
    4. In order to remove the developers watermark, you will have to submit your Lens following the submission process detailed here.
    5. Once you've submitted your Lens, you can share it in multiple ways. Please check out our "Sharing your Snapcode" guide here.


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