The Change ribbon contains a collection of tools and functions for modifying elements.
|With the ‘Move’ command, the selected element(s) is moved to another position. Select the element(s), then press ‘Confirm’ or ‘Enter’. Now, select the starting point(point to move from. Now, select the new position (or enter distance using coordinates, or by measuring with Flexijet).|
|With the ‘Copy’ command, an identical copy of the selected element(s) is created in another position. The original selected element(s) is not changed. Select the element(s), then press ‘Confirm’ or ‘Enter’. Now, select the starting point(point to move from. Now, select the new position (or enter distance using coordinates, or by measuring with Flexijet)|
|With the ‘Mirror’ command, objects are mirrored around an axis. You can use existing objects or elements as mirror axis, or enter coordinates around which the objects should be mirrored.|
|With the ‘Rotate’ command, objects are rotated around a selected point.|
|With the ‘Scale’ command, the selected object is scaled up or down by a specific factor. Enter the scale factor and the base point of the scaling.|
|With the ‘Offset by a point’ command, an object is offset by a distance determined by clicking or measuring a point.|
|With the ‘Explode’ command, composite objects are exploded into individual elements. Composite elements are, for example, polylines, blocks, hatches or grouped elements.|
| With the ‘Break’ command, a piece is removed from an object or an object is “broken” at a point. After activating the command, an object is selected and by defining two points, the piece that should be removed is defined.
If both break points are the same, the object is divided into two individual objects.
|With the ‘Lengthen line’ command, a selected line is lengthened by the selected amount.|
|With the ‘Single elements to polyline’ command, a polyline is created from individual elements such as lines, arcs or polylines. The individual elements that are to be transformed into a polyline must be together, i.e. they have to form a contour line. See ‘Polyline’ for more information|
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