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Drag and drop free objects with the mouse. If you select an object by clicking on it in Move mode, you may…  
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==Move Tool in the Graphics View==
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Drag and drop [[Free,_Dependent_and_Auxiliary_Objects|Free Objects]] with the mouse. If you select an object by clicking on it in ''Move'' mode, you may…  
 
* … delete the object by pressing the {{KeyCode|Delete}} key  
 
* … delete the object by pressing the {{KeyCode|Delete}} key  
 
* … move the object by using the arrow keys (see section [[Animation#Manual Animation|Manual Animation]])  
 
* … move the object by using the arrow keys (see section [[Animation#Manual Animation|Manual Animation]])  
 
: {{Note|
 
: {{Note|
:* You can quickly activate the Move tool by pressing the {{KeyCode|Esc}} key of your keyboard.
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:* You can quickly activate the ''Move Tool'' by pressing the {{KeyCode|Esc}} key of your keyboard.
:* To move a [[Slider Tool|slider]] when Move Tool is selected, you need to drag it with your right mouse button.}}
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:* To move a [[Slider Tool|Slider]] when ''Move Tool'' is selected, you need to drag it with your right mouse button.}}
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==Move Tool in the 3D Graphics View==
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Using the ''Move Tool'' in the ''[[3D Graphics View]]'' you may drag and drop [[Free,_Dependent_and_Auxiliary_Objects|free points]]. In order to move a point in the three-dimensional coordinate system, you can switch between two modes by clicking on the point:
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*'''Mode ''x''-''y''-plane''': You may move the point parallel to the ''x''-''y''-plane without changing the ''z''-coordinate.
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*'''Mode ''z''-axis''': You may move the point parallel to the ''z''-axis without changing the ''x''- and ''y''-coordinates.

Revision as of 11:19, 21 October 2014


Move Tool in the Graphics View

Drag and drop Free Objects with the mouse. If you select an object by clicking on it in Move mode, you may…

  • … delete the object by pressing the Delete key
  • … move the object by using the arrow keys (see section Manual Animation)
Note:
  • You can quickly activate the Move Tool by pressing the Esc key of your keyboard.
  • To move a Slider when Move Tool is selected, you need to drag it with your right mouse button.

Move Tool in the 3D Graphics View

Using the Move Tool in the 3D Graphics View you may drag and drop free points. In order to move a point in the three-dimensional coordinate system, you can switch between two modes by clicking on the point:

  • Mode x-y-plane: You may move the point parallel to the x-y-plane without changing the z-coordinate.
  • Mode z-axis: You may move the point parallel to the z-axis without changing the x- and y-coordinates.
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