The Quick-access toolbar has many of the most common editing functions for Flexijet conveniently located at the top of the screen, and remain constant regardless of which additional ribbon is selected.
|Delete||The ‘Delete” button allows users to delete items. Select the Delete button, then select the objects to be deleted or removed. Then, hit ‘Confirm’ or ‘Enter’ key to complete the command.|
|Distance||Select the ‘Distance’ button, then measure or click the first point. Then, measure or click the second point. The X, Y, and Z distances, as well as the combined XYZ distance will be displayed in the Command window|
|Round||The ‘Round’ button allows users to round a corner between 2 elements. Those elements must be on the same plane. Select the ‘Round’ button, then enter the desired radius and press ‘Confirm’ or ‘Enter’. When prompted, select the first element, and then the second element.|
|Champfer||The ‘Champfer’ button allows users to round a corner between 2 elements. Those elements must be on the same plane, and must be connected in the corner (share a corner). Select the ‘Champfer’ button, then select the first element, and then the second element. Now, follow the prompts to enter the champfer distance for the first line, and then the second line.|
|Connect||The ‘Connect’ button allows users to connect (fillet) two elements. Those elements must be on the same plane. Select the ‘Connect’ button then select the first element and the second element.|
|Offset||The ‘Offset’ button creates a copy of an element at a defined distance.Typically used for adding ‘overhang’ to countertops.Select the ‘Offset’ button, then enter the distance to be offset, then press ‘Confirm’ or the ‘Enter’ key. Then, select the object to be offset, and then click/tap in the direction you which to offset.|
|Align||The ‘Align’ button allows users to re-orient the view of the canvas. NOTE: This function should not be used once a 3D location has been set, or if you wish to return to a location and resume a measurement. Select the ‘Align’ button and click on the left side of the line to which you would like to view horizontally.|
|Stretch||The ‘Stretch’ button extends an element to intersect with another element. Select the ‘Stretch’ button, then select the object to which you want your element to meet and press ‘Confirm’ or the ‘Enter’ key. Then, select the object to be extended.|
|Multiple Lines||The ‘Multiple Lines’ button is used to draw lines with a start point and an end point. Select the ‘Multiple Lines’ button, then click, tap, or measure the start point of the line. Next, select the end point of the line. You may continue to create lines by selecting a new start point, end point, start point, etc.|
|Break||The ‘Break’ button is used to break an object between two points. Select the ‘Break’ button, then select the object you wish to break, then select the first break point, followed by the second break point. Note: You may select the same point twice to break at a single point.|
|Auto-dimension||The ‘Auto Dimension’ button quickly adds dimensions to all elements in an active folder. See Auto-Dimension for more information.|
|Remove Auto Dimension||The ‘Remove Auto Dimension’ button removes dimensions added using the ‘Auto-Dimension’ button.|
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