When it comes to setting the order of which items should be cut first, being able to view the Cut Order is a must.
There are a few ways to locate the view cut order feature that we will be looking at.
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How are you guys in today's video? Flexi starter. We're gonna be looking at how to view your cut order. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mhm. Mm. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. We make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos. And we also have daily updates. Otherwise, wait back in the programme yet, Okay, not the website, the programme. So now the cut or there is quite nice. Um, if you wanna decide which shaped and it should be cut first. So if you want to kind of, um, make a better workflow or more convenient one. So maybe we're from left to ride top to bottom, bottom to top. You know something in that line, then you can actually adjust that According to, um, the layer stacking order. And so, first of all, we'll need to be able to view what is the cutting order because, like this, we've got no idea what's going to be cut first, So I'm going to remove that. So now there's two ways we can do that One ways you can go to your view on top and your main menu, then I'm sorry. My apologies. Someone arrange, you want to navigate or you find cut order and then you will see here it says reorder. And then we've got a preview. So we actually wanna go reorder. I'm going to click that or what you can do is on your, um, standard to well, spicier the white space you can right click you go order from the down list and this will open up the order settings by default. It will be floating like this. I simply just drag and drop it in here too. Dark it. And from here, we've got a few settings and as you guys can see, some of them are great out. This will change if you have objects selected. So what we can do is so if we click the law icon with a four red four squares with red path showing an Arab now we can certainly see what is the order so we can see 123. So it's gonna cut those circles, and then it's gonna hop to four and then 56 and seven. So, yeah, this is convenient. So, like I said, you can use this to preview quickly or kind of see what's the order. So if you wanted to change it, then you can do it like so There is a few things to keep in mind, though, when it comes to the actual stacking orders. Or should I say that, um, order of what's going to be cut first, but that we will cover in the next video. But otherwise, yeah, that is it. So just a quick recap. And also, yeah, just another note. If you want to exit it, it doesn't help you click on it. You have to actually press escape and then you will accept it. So if you've got an active press escape and you're out of it, so just let it up again so we can go to arrange and we go to cut order. And then we've got their reorder. So you click that or you can like we did earlier. Right. Click on the white space on your stand to bar area. Quite frankly, any two of our area, then you want to select the bottom one, which is order, and it will open the option for us so otherwise if we had here to softwaretraining.co.za. You guys will know that we've got a variety of different software through to cover. And also you can isolate your search on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the video looking forward. Just go here, request a training video. Then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.
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