You can move selected bay element(s) laterally or vertically with your mouse:
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.
2. Select the bay element(s). They (It) become(s) highlighted and a move pointer is displayed.
3. Press and hold the mouse button and move the mouse to the desired position. The displacement is constrained either vertically or laterally depending on your pointer position.
Release the mouse button when you are happy with the new position.
Note: bay elements are normally moved to 1 cm or 0.5” rounded position values. For example if you move a shelf up from an original distance from the ground of 141.2 cm, it will be repositioned at a rounded new distance from the ground (ex: 163.0 cm). To move an element completely freely, you can hold the space bar while moving, producing a slower motion and preventing position rounding.
Note: when you move shelves, there is no anti-collision to allow crossing other shelves even if there are products.
Lateral offset is used to shift the element left or right. The distance is measured from the center of the bay origin (the theoretical center of the bay) to the center of the element. Negative offsets move the element to the left, positive offsets move it to the right.
Distance to bottom specifies the vertical distance from the bottom of the element to the bottom of the bay. Shelf elements are an exception for which the distance is measured from the top of the shelf, making it easier to specify the actual position of the shelf surface relative to the bottom of the bay (typically the floor).
Distance to back represents the distance from the back of the element to the bay origin (the theoretical rear of the bay).
Ex: shelf position and dimensions