Problems with Move Increment in Custom Layout

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Jesse L Layman
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Problems with Move Increment in Custom Layout

Postby Jesse L Layman » Wed, Aug 06 2008, 4:12PM

Has anyone experienced problems with the Move Increment command in Custom Layout? The upper cabinet (which is an assembly) that I placed is partly within the base cabinet beneath it so I want to raise it. I tried to do this with Move Increment, but it will only let me move the cabinet down, instead of up. What's going on?
Jesse

ScotAcree
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Re: Problems with Move Increment in Custom Layout

Postby ScotAcree » Wed, Aug 06 2008, 6:19PM

Jesse,

Make sure in Place mode you have clicked on Free Style.Also,make the distance you want to move in the Objects box.

Scot

Justin Melhiser

Re: Problems with Move Increment in Custom Layout

Postby Justin Melhiser » Thu, Aug 07 2008, 7:17AM

Jesse
You can email me this job or post it for me to look at.

Dan Voges

Re: Problems with Move Increment in Custom Layout

Postby Dan Voges » Thu, Aug 07 2008, 8:06AM

You can also try going into the WALL ELEVATION VIEW, selecting the cabinet or object, and using the POSITION ON WALL (located at the top of the action bar on the left).* This allows you to set the distance of that object selected from the edges of the wall. If you need it to be directly on the floor, set the BOTTOM distance to 0, than make sure you hit enter so the change is accepted. If you need it 36" off of the floor, set the BOTTOM distance to 36, than press enter.

This value is measured from the appropriate edge to the edge of the wall. The LEFT distance is from the left edge of the object to the left edge of the wall.

*NOTE: This works only if objects are associated to the wall.

Hope this helps.


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