SAi FlexiSTARTER 19 Aligning Objects to Another Object (Part 1) Align Tool Video Mini-Series

flexistarter aligning objects to object

This is a great feature if you want objects to be aligned without having to manually set them.

The great thing about the Align to Objects feature is that you are able align things in all directions.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers Align to Page.

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Video Transcript

Hey guys. In today's video flexes starter, we're gonna be looking at how to align objects to another object. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be final c zero. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos and we have daily updates. Otherwise we're back on the programme here. Now, this is gonna be a two part series on aligning. So the first one will be looking at aligning objects to another object. And then we'll be looking at lining things to your page. But then just before we start a few things to keep in mind about aligning objects is that it will use, unlike masking and combining things that will use the lowest layer of your selections. So if we have these three selected, it will use layer the lowest. So because you can align to write on the line to the left, you will see this makes sense. However, if we have a shapes, the biggest size there are aligned to write or store makes sense also. So I'm just gonna scale this just for the sake of this, their most of you guys can see. So now let us just reposition these and rather see Okay, now. So the first way we can a line is with our main menu on top. But we'll be using right click mostly. So we go to our main menu on top here with all your object selected that you want to align, go arrange. And then we look for a line under here. You'll see we have a few options where their shortcut keys. If you're using one of the largest worthwhile learning the short clip key. Now, you can also do this by having your shape selected, going right click and then at the bottom here, we've got a lie. Also, it's options. So now the first one on the list Let me zoom in here for you guys. We've got We've got to a line. We've got a line left. So what this is gonna do is align everything to the left of the bottom layer, as we can see here. Now it is aligned to the left of it. We have to do the same thing a line, and we headed to the right. Now it's gonna be on the right of the shape So that is something to keep in mind if all your shapes are the same size, Um, it might get a bit confusing. So if we just go scale as a back to what it was, move these two. And that's why it's important to know that it works going to the lowest layer because we have to do the same thing. Now go to a line, then we go left. We can see. Okay, bring something to the left. Yeah, this is still a big yeah, but then if we are to go aligned to right, this is where we'll get my apologies confusing where you would imagine it's going to align it to the right here. Then if you go line right and slowly around lining it to the left. And that is where shape border is important. So let's just quickly move the shape to the lowest so we can order back one and then order back on once more. Now should be lower than a So now, if we go a line, well, you go right and we'll take it to that shape. So just keep that in mind. Like I said, it is relevant to the shape that is the lowest, then under the list we still have. Okay, so we've got a line top. This will obviously bring everything to the top of the shape which is confusing now because this is the lowest layer. But just keep that little thing in the mind and then aligned bottom is to look the same right now, but they're actually not the same aligned horizontal centre. So this will be the centre of horizontal line. Then we've got a line vertical so this will be and your vertical axis. And then obviously we've got the last one, which is the line, both centres. And now it's gonna put all your shapes right in the centre. So yeah, that is it. When it comes to aligning objects can be a handy tool if you know how to use it. And you're aware that works according to the highest or sorry, the lowest layer on the selection, then otherwise next video, we'll be covering align to page also rather simple, but we'll cover it on the list. So if we had year to suffer training You guys don't notice. We do have a variety of different Softwares we cover and you can also isolate. You're sitting on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the video looking for you can always go in some little request here. The ways Thanks, guys for watching until next one. Cheers.

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