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La ''Capa de Grupo (Group Layer)'' es una capa especial que puede contener otras capas.
 
La ''Capa de Grupo (Group Layer)'' es una capa especial que puede contener otras capas.
 
* Se crea mediante el comando ''Agrupar Capas'' del ''Panel de Capas'':
 
* Se crea mediante el comando ''Agrupar Capas'' del ''Panel de Capas'':
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* Mediante el menú ''Capa (Layer)'' en la Barra de Herramientas o el mismo menu en el ''Recuadro de Menu (Canvas Menu Caret)'' en la ventana de dibujo, a través del submenú ''Capa Nueva (New Layer)'', usando:
 
* Mediante el menú ''Capa (Layer)'' en la Barra de Herramientas o el mismo menu en el ''Recuadro de Menu (Canvas Menu Caret)'' en la ventana de dibujo, a través del submenú ''Capa Nueva (New Layer)'', usando:
  

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EN CONSTRUCCION


La Capa de Grupo (Group Layer) es una capa especial que puede contener otras capas.

  • Se crea mediante el comando Agrupar Capas del Panel de Capas:
  • Mediante el menú Capa (Layer) en la Barra de Herramientas o el mismo menu en el Recuadro de Menu (Canvas Menu Caret) en la ventana de dibujo, a través del submenú Capa Nueva (New Layer), usando:
 "<Capa Nueva (New Layer)> → <Otro> → Grupo (Group)"
  • Se crea a través del comando Grupo (Grup) en el menú contextual del Panel de Capas, a través del submenú Capa Nueva (New Layer), usando:
 "<Capa Nueva (New Layer)> → <Otro> → Grupo (Group)"

Tambien sirve para agregar a todas estas capas agrupadas, nuevas propiedades o animaciones como: traslacion, escalado, rotacion e incluso modificar el tiempo de las capas que contiene.


A Paste Canvas layer has the following parameters:

Canvas Parameter

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The canvas parameter presents a drop-down menu of the exported canvases, plus an extra entry called "Other...". Selecting "Other..." presents the user with a text entry box asking for the name of the canvas to use. The name typed should have the following format (where [ ] indicates an optional part, ( ) is for grouping, and * means "0 or more times"):

   {{l|filename]#][:]id(:id)*

In its simplest form, this is just an id, ie. the exported name of one of the child canvases of the current canvas.

Other possibilities are:

  • if a '#' is present, the part before the '#' is interpreted as the filename of an external .sif file to use.
  • if the '#' is the first character of the string (ie. the filename is blank) then the '#' is ignored, and the current canvas is used instead
  • if a ':' appears before the first id, it means to start at the root canvas of the current canvas
  • each subsequent :id steps down into the specified child

Examples:

  • /usr/share/doc/synfig/examples/business_card.sifz#:IndividualCard -- gives the absolute path to a .sifz file, and says to use the canvas that was exported from its root canvas as "IndividualCard"
  • ../../examples/business_card.sifz#:IndividualCard -- the same, but with a relative path to the .sifz file
  • #:sy:head:eyes:left -- look in the current composition, and starting from the root, navigate down through the canvas tree. Find a child canvas of the root canvas called 'sy', look in 'sy' for a child canvas called 'head', and so on.
  • :sy:head:eyes:left -- exactly as above. an empty filename is the same as not using the '#' at all
  • eyes:left -- without a ':' before the first id, this starts at the current canvas (presumably the PasteCanvas in question is in the "head" subcanvas of the "sy" subcanvas of the root)


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