Now after we covered all the different way of removing Contours, let us have look at how to add Contours again.
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Hey guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at another method on how to re add your contours to your parts and shapes. But before all of that, let's have a quick intro first, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za z. We make short and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise we're back into the programme here. So now. Previously we looked at the leading all your contours and today we're gonna be looking at How can we add contours back if we need it now? There's a few things to keep in mind. I did mention that there is no other way to do it other than re adding your parts, which I guess it's not entirely true, but this method is a little bit more complex. That's what I normally do not suggest that. Now, if you're used to using more advanced programmes and stuff, I got this method. Maybe you'll get the hang of it quick, but it can be just a slight bit confusing. So I'm gonna quickly just demonstrate, So we're gonna run through a few things, so I'm just gonna go to our cam. Select this bottom piece. As you can see here, we've got contours for everything. So I'll just previous So you can see. Then I go out and back in again, select this one, and then I'm gonna delete this contour. So I'm gonna delete Sure, all the settings are off. Say Okay, now we can see there's no more lines connecting the shape of a year. Now. What I'm gonna do is I'm gonna go on the top here. I'm gonna select one, also go to the contours, and then I'm gonna say, apply for all parts of the same shape feature. We covered a few videos back, so the lead. And now we can see we've got no more contours. If we preview this, we only have one shape. And, uh, yeah, the rest are not cutting. Now, let's say for some reason the placement is quite important of the shapes or something like that. And instead of re adding them after you've deleted them, you want the contours back. There's one way you can go about this and I'm aware of or another way that actually works. But like I said, it's a bit, uh, around way. So what we want to do as we can select this shape. Let's say when you select the shape at its contour, we go to contour. And then what you wanna do is we want to make sure this top section is checked on, so apply for all parts of the same shape. And then what we wanna do is remove this external one if we don't do this so I quickly try it. We go contour Normally you would think you can just use this one. Uncheck it. I would have liked it if it was like that, where we can just uncheck it. And then you can see both of these are off and we say, okay, and you can see there's still no lines connecting to it. It still does not have a contour if I preview the same thing. So now if I had to do the other method we just spoke about, I'm going to select the shape, go to contours, make sure the top one is selected, apply for all parts of the same shape, and then we remove the contour, Or should I say we re added, we wanna remove the little cheque box that says deleted and gonna make sure the black on the right here is gone. So there we go. Now, if it's okay now, you can see suddenly we have a little line connecting it again. And if I had to go to preview, you can see we've got the same shape back. So that is something to keep in mind on how you can get it back. But obviously keep in mind. Now let's say we only want this shapes on back. That's why I say it's a bit of a round way to work with it because it is not that fail safe. So I would have liked it if you could just say move there without this being checked on, and then it brings it back. But I'm for sure it doesn't. So what I'm trying to say here is that we, in other words, we have three of the same shape from the same origin. It will not work as an individual Over here, you'll have to delete the ones you want to add back manually, because if we have to go here, apply to all of the same shape, delete I mean, and then we get this checked off, so okay, and you'll see it brings back the contours of every single part. Now, you can, however, do that, and then you just go back in and, uh, perhaps remove these two. Then you can say, just delete Contour. I'm not sure if it works with multiple selected. No, not. Then we go with this one. The lead contour. And then So now we have the same result. Just takes a bit longer so you can go the round. Where now, in case you were curious, what would happen if we had to go use the same method? We go to our camp. We're already in Cham Cham again. The lead contours and we say this one apply for all shapes or all parts. Sorry, apply for all parts of the sheet. And then we remove this one like this. Then unfortunately, nothing will change. I would have liked it if it gave the contours back for everything, because that would make sense, because that's how you remove all the contours. But unfortunately doesn't work. So just a quick recap. Like I said, it is a little bit of around way to go. That's why I don't always recommend it could be a bit confusing. Maybe they just need to still refine the programme. But, uh, if you wanna add contours back of the shape selected, make sure the top one is selected for the apply for all parts of the same shape. And then make sure this delete is unchecked and you say okay, and then we'll bring back the contours of all your shapes. Otherwise that is it on, then Contours back. If we head here to softwaretraining.co.za You guys will notice We've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and you can also isolate your search on the top of right. 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