Resize Bays

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Resize Bays with Mouse

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1.      Click on the Edit Bay tool (or with keyboard shortcut B, or from the Edit menu).

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2.      Select the desired bay(s). They (It) become(s) highlighted with round handles along the front-most surfaces.

3.      If the round handles do not appear on the desired surface, use the Screen Navigation tools such as Orbit to make the desired surfaces face the screen.

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4.      Grab a handle with the mouse button and drag it until your bay(s) reach the desired size(s). The corner handles let you resize in two directions, while the handles along edges let you constrain resizing to one direction.

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5.      Release the mouse button. The bay is resized. Note that shelf and divider spacing is automatically recalculated while maintaining the thickness of such elements.

Note: bays are normally resized to 1 cm or 0.5” rounded position values. To resize a bay completely freely, you can hold the space bar while resizing, producing a slower motion and preventing dimension rounding.

Tip: With Show Dimensions ON, you can display the dimensions of the resizing rectangle while resizing. This is useful if you know in advance the space to allocate to the bay element(s).

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Tip: With Show Dimensions ON, you can also display the actual exact dimensions used by all bays.

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Note: Handles are convenient for quick mouse editing but you can also specify precise values. See Enter Bay Dimensions.

Enter Bay Dimensions

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Overall width, depth and height set the size of the whole bay. The bay(s) is (are) resized according to the new values. Note that shelf and divider spacing is automatically recalculated while maintaining the thickness of such elements.




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