Now that we are covering the Auxiliary feature we are able to add very helpful guides to our design.
With these design guides we are able to work more accurately using the Horizontal Lines.
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Yeah. All right, guys, in today's video, we're gonna be looking at our first auxiliary, uh, feature for the cat programme or cat features, should I say and this will be a horizontal lines. But before that, let's have a quick intro first, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za z. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates otherwise went into the programme here. Now, this is gonna be a miniseries on the auxiliary lines or also known as guidelines in many ways. So I'm gonna refer to it mostly as guidelines, just so it makes more sense when I'm talking and I don't have to stumble over my own words. So now guidelines are very handy. Um, feature. Most programmes have them, and then you can use it to make like, fake boundaries, or perhaps even help you help guide you within a direction or something. In that line, it's it's mostly, um, kind of assistant, so but a visual assistance so you can actually see what's happening. But with that being said, so let's look at the first one. We have a horizontal one. So if I'm in cad, if you're not, just click on this big button and then we've got our secondary to boy years and now next to the curves, or are I'm gonna go here to the axillary or the guys. So the first option we have here is the horizontal line. So I'm gonna select that, and then it gives me this option here. So we've got an X that's great out and why that's available. Now, the reason why the sex is great out is because obviously, this is horizontal. So we're gonna be setting the height of it where the horizontal line is the first one. I'm gonna keep it zero and say Okay. And then, as you can see at the bottom, here we have it. Now, keep in mind, listening is very long. If I zoom out here, um, you can see to the one side that's minus about 50,000. The other side is about positive. 50,000. So I'm going to zoom in here again and then get something a little bit more realistic. 22,000 still too much. I'm gonna leave it here for now. So now what? We can do is we're gonna add maybe another horizontal that so we want to make a boundary. So we know we don't make our design too big or we go out of it. So let's say we've got a requirement of about 500 around there. So what I'll do with these guides, I would rather make them maybe 5, 50 to 600. So I'm gonna do this 600 just so we can have some room to play inside and say Okay, Zuma to see Where's that other one? There we go. I'm gonna zoom in, and so we have both of these in the line. So now when we're designing we if we go out of this line, we kind of know, Okay, that's maybe not a good idea to draw it back in again. So it kind of helps also to align things and so forth, but yeah, otherwise, that is it on our axillary line or guideline on the horizontal line before we move on. If we go to softwaretraining.co.za z. You guys are notice. We've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and you can also isolate your search on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the training video looking forward, just something going here. Request the training video. Fill in the many form, and then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.