Smooth Move Tool

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The smooth move tool works much like to [[Normal Tool]] except for when multiple ducks are selected.  To see this, select multiple ducks, by either:
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* pressing Control-A to select all ducks
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{{Title|Smooth Move Tool}}
* dragging a rectangle around a group of ducks
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* holding the Control key while clicking ducks to toggle their selected status
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{{l|Image:Smooth_move_icon.png|64px}} <span style="font-size:150%">'''ALT-V'''</span>
  
Then drag one of the selected ducks and all the nearby ducks will move with itWhat counts as a 'nearby duck'?  That depends on the value of the 'radius' in the tool's options.
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The Smooth Move Tool works much like the {{l|Transform Tool}} except when multiple {{l|Handle|handles}} are selected.  To see this, select multiple handles, by either:
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* pressing {{Shortcut|Control|A}} to select all handles
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* dragging a rectangle around a group of handles
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* holding the {{Shortcut|Control}} key while clicking handles to toggle their selected status
  
If all selected ducks are moving when you drag one duck, try reducing the 'radius' settingI find that a value between 1 and 3 works well.
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Then drag one of the selected handles and all the nearby handles will move with itWhat counts as a 'nearby handle'?  That depends on the value of the {{Literal|radius}} in the {{l|Tool_Options_Panel|tool's options}}.
  
When dragging a duck, the nearby ducks move differing amounts, depending on how close they are to the duck you're dragging.  This gives a localised 'scale' effect.
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If all selected handles are moving when you drag one handle, try reducing the {{Literal|radius}} setting.  Usually, a value between 1 and 3 works well.
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When dragging a handle, the nearby handles will move by differing amounts, depending on how close they are to the handle you're dragging.  This gives a localized 'scale' effect.
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Latest revision as of 01:04, 8 March 2016

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Tool smooth move.png ALT-V

The Smooth Move Tool works much like the Transform Tool except when multiple handles are selected. To see this, select multiple handles, by either:

  • pressing ControlA to select all handles
  • dragging a rectangle around a group of handles
  • holding the Control key while clicking handles to toggle their selected status

Then drag one of the selected handles and all the nearby handles will move with it. What counts as a 'nearby handle'? That depends on the value of the "radius" in the tool's options.

If all selected handles are moving when you drag one handle, try reducing the "radius" setting. Usually, a value between 1 and 3 works well.

When dragging a handle, the nearby handles will move by differing amounts, depending on how close they are to the handle you're dragging. This gives a localized 'scale' effect.

Options

  • Radius (real number)


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English • Deutsch • français