Resize Bay Elements

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Resize Bay Elements with Mouse

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  1. Click on the Edit Bay Element button (or keyboard shortcut S, or in the Edit menu, or in the Context menu > Edit). Switching to the Modify Bay task also automatically activates this tool.

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  1. Select the desired element(s). They (It) become(s) highlighted with round handles along the front-most surfaces.
  2. 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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  1. Grab one of the handles with the mouse button and drag it until your element(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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  1. Release the mouse button.

Note: bay elements are normally resized to 1 cm or 0.5” rounded position values. To resize an element completely freely, you can hold the space bar while moving, 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(s).

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Tip: With Show Dimensions ON, you can also display the actual exact dimensions used by a bay by pressing on a handle of the desired bay.

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

Enter Bay Element Dimensions

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Width lets you set the overall width of the element.

Height specifies the height of the element.

Depth corresponds to the depth dimension of the element.

 




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