Being able to align path points on both the Horizontal and Vertical planes is ideal for strict design requirements.
If you have worked with path points you should know by now how hard it can be to place multiple points perfectly aligned to each other.
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Hi, guys. In today's video flexes Starter, we're gonna be looking at how to align your, um, points or your part points horizontally or vertically. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Yeah, Okay. Mm. Uh, so today's video can be final softwaretraining.co.za z day. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates otherwise, back in the programme. Yeah. Now, just a reminder. This is a miniseries on working with paths and also live relevant links and the descriptions that you can actually follow along. Now, when it comes to lining horizontal and vertical lines or just a point, it's rather simple. What we wanna do is navigate to our select point tool on our main tool. Well, short for that is n So now, as you can see, we've got all these points horizontally, which is not quite aligned and the vertical ones as well. So to do that, what you wanna do is select the point. You wanna align together. So let's say I wanna grab the top four. Then there's two ways we can go about it the first way we go to arrange on our main menu on top. Then we want to go until we find a line and then we can either use top bottom. This is all horizontal Wearing a horizontal centre. Um, for the horizontal, I'm gonna go horizontal centre and vertical centre. Just so that keeps it simple. We know what's happening. So that's the one way we can do that. And as you can see, there it is just aligned it for us. Another way we can do this is we can right click zoom in your fingers and then we navigate to the bottom until we find a line and then we can do the same horizontal centre as you can see. Now we've got those are light. I mean, someone just, um yeah, so they know what you can do for the vertical. You do the same with select these side points, right? Click to me it's more simple and we go vertical centre. Now you said that is aligned. So this is a great way to if you've created point and maybe they are a bit out, which can happen at times. So you're trying to create these points centre that could just be a little bit off, but and then you can always use this. You align it so you can obviously go then. So let's just align everything quick. So I'm not sure we've aligned these ones, but we'll just do it in any case. Sorry. I'm not wrong. Two, I'm guessing. Take a line. Go. So the horizontal. Same with this. I'm not sure why. I have to re click my tool every time. Uh, let's take a top menu for now. So go arrange. Go line. Horizontal centre. Okay, Honestly, Not sure what this programme is not liking me at the moment. Straight again. Okay, I went to the wrong place. That's why. So use the top one, um, align horizontal centres and we can do the same with the bottom here. So on centre and then obviously you can just align these ones as well, and then you can get a shape that is rather, um I don't wanna say some metrical, but it's quite a aligned in horizontal and vertical planes, which, if you're working like once again on strict design rules, then this can be quite important. You don't want one point? That's, um we switch my points in on point. That's a little bit out of place. So, as you can see, even with that little, but it becomes very obvious. But otherwise, Yeah, that is it. Before I get carried away too much on aligning points horizontally and very clear, that's rather simple. Like I said, it's a quick recap. Select your point when a line menu aligned, or, I mean, you arrange line or you can right click and go to like otherwise, we had a year to softwaretraining.co.za. That's another zero you guys don't know. It's got a variety of different Softwares we do cover here. And also you can isolate your search on the top of right. And if you do not find any videos you're looking for, you can always go here. Request a training video. Just let us know what topic you would like us to cover, and then we will make those videos. But otherwise, thank you guys for watching and chills