Move Bays

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Move Bays with Mouse

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You can move bays with the mouse on a horizontal plane.

1.      Click on the Edit Bay tool (or keyboard shortcut B, or in the Edit menu, or in Context menu > Edit).

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2.      Select the bay(s) to move (see Select Bays). They (It) become(s) highlighted and a move pointer is displayed.

3.      Press and hold the mouse button with the pointer over the selected bay(s) and move the mouse to the desired bay position.

4.      Release the mouse button.

5.      The way the bays are moved depends on the state of the Free Bays (Bay Placement Mode):

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·         With Free Bays On: The bay(s) is (are) moved in any direction and placed at the selected position on the ground. If there are one or more other bays at this position, they may overlap.

With the Grid Off, bays are moved to 1 cm (or 0.5”) rounded position values.

With the Grid On, bays are snapped to the grid lines.

To move the bay(s) completely freely, you can hold the space bar while moving, producing a slower motion and preventing position rounding.

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Note: You can also specify precise values. See Enter Bay Position.

Enter Bay Position

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In Free Bays mode, you can position bays with precise values:

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Position Y: the distance from the position 0 along the Y axis. The position 0 is shown by an indicator with the Y axis in green in your planogram when the Edit Bay tool is active.

Position Z: the distance from the position 0 along the Z axis (vertical distance from the ground). The position 0 is shown by an indicator with the Z axis in blue in your planogram when the Edit Bay tool is active.

Position X: the distance from the position 0 along the × axis. The position 0 is shown by an indicator with the × axis in red in your planogram when the Edit Bay tool is active.

 

Note: Each bay position is calculated from the lower back edge of the bay at the mid-point of its width.

See below an example of a bay placed at position 0, 0, -100 with the reference point and axis shown.

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Tip: You can select several bays and apply common new values to these bays together.




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