When it comes to setting up the preferences of FlexiSTARTER, there are quite a few settings under the General Tab.
There are a few nice settings under the General Tab to play with, from the Undo and Redo amounts, Constrains and all the way to the Selection Tolerance, just to mention a few.
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are you guys in today's video? Flexi starter. We're gonna be looking at the General Tab under the programmes Preferences. Before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm mm. So today's video can be final softwaretraining.co.za y guys will notice. We do have a variety of different sectors we cover and also we upload videos daily, so just keep either for the new content. Otherwise, we're back in the programme here and now just reminded us a miniseries on the programmes preferences. So today we'll be looking at the General tab. Now to locate your preferences, we can go here to edit under the main menu. We never get all the way to the bottom of the preferences. We have a number of things we have to run through every year. So some of the things I'm gonna go quite quick through and some will be displaying what they do now. First of all, we have obviously the taps around the general and we have maximum undo slash redo a setting. So this is when you go controls it. You can do it 50 times before you cannot redo undo anymore and 50 times to redo. Keep in mind to hire this value is or this number, the more memory it uses. So if your computer is, it's got a lot of memory you can pump listening up. Otherwise, if you're having difficulty with memory, you can always lower this number. Then next up, we have selection tolerance. So what? This basically does it also set in pixels. So it is how close you have to click to an object in order for it to be selected. So at the moment on three. So if we just cancel here, So if I go with the General tabs text you can see, I click and they only selected. So it's three pixels. So now let's quickly jump back there and let's set this to something like 20 Say okay now, if I click quite far away, you can see I can really select it so that can be convenient. But also, if you have too many complex selection shapes, close each other. It can be also quite a problem if your value is too high, so three is a good default. But if you're a beginner, you can easily set this to about five. I would say I will leave mine at three the next up here, we've got constraint angle. So this is basically when you're gonna rotate a shape or object and you're a restraint irritation by keeping shifting. This is the amount of the grease that will do it in. So if we have a quick sample here, just so let's take General Tab again, we double click on it. So we have our rotation arms. Then if I click and hold shifty, as you can see that it doesn't have a 45 degree amounts. Now, if we had to quickly go on the preferences again, that set this to maybe about 15 degrees, so you can see it in action. Once again, keep shifting and I'll see every 15 degrees restraints. So if 45 too much for you, you can always set it to a customer value, which is quite convenient then, Um, next up here, we've got moving distance with the arrow keys, the moments one pixel. So if we have a shape selected and we press the arrow keys, then it will move it by one pixel. So if I do it here, you can see it's just about one pixel Obviously, if I go back to your preferences and it started to sound ridiculous, like 20 and then I have a press. Eric, you can see every 20 pixels set about 20 pixels every time I press once, so I like to keep it at one, because for working on finer details, that's the wrong thing. I just put there. And then you can also obviously set this to a custom value so you can say distance and rather every centimetre or so forth, you know, depending what you like. But I'd like to welcome pixels because it makes more sense for me at the time of designs at work. Then next up here, we've got safe document every and then it gives the amount. So this is kind of like I'm auto safety, So, uh, by default, it is off. But if you're working on a project, you're afraid you're gonna lose data. You can always enable this, and then you can set a custom amount of 15 minutes. It's quite a reasonable time. But, Michael, I'm gonna leave us off, and we have a few other settings. Where which we will cover the next video. Seeing the video is running a bit longer, but otherwise, if we head here to softwaretraining.co.za t the end of the day, um, this video movie is like it is available here. And like I mentioned in the intro, we have a variety of different software to cover. You can also isolate your search here. If you're looking for anything specific, you don't want to go through the list. And if you don't find what they're looking for, work. But also you can go here, request a training video, and then we will make that video for me. But otherwise thanks guys for watching until next one. Cheers.