Previously we had a look at some basics of the Row and Column, now we get to using it.
The first thing to look at for the base line option is the vertical and horizontal spacing for the Row and Column.
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Hi guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at part two of setting the rows and columns for the L G P design feature. And this will be four truck that already works. But before that, let's have a quick intro, folks. Mm mm. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z. We make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have the outfit. Otherwise, we'll go back in the programme here. Now, just a quick reminder. This is a miniseries on the L. G. P. Design and I will also leave relevant links and descriptions. You have some follow along. Now. I'm gonna go back in and quickly set up everything so we'll have a basic grid could apply. I'm gonna make this four sided. And then, um so we have this all set up now. Previously, we looked at some different options and how these values and that will change being on what you have selected. Now we're going to be looking at how to actually set it now. Something to keep in mind is a baseline works according to the light side as all the amount of light. So if you've got a one sided light, we will notice we've got one Cuba. So everything I change here will change within this cube. If I had to go here to, um, it's just a two side or four side for side for now, then when I change this, it will change the values of one of these cubes. But all the other ones will be relevant to the change that doesn't work as a whole anymore. But now it works as individual or cubes based around this base line. So that is really important to note now, under the settings we've got here, road distance, column distance and then a few other settings. It's great out. We also have start end and great for gradient. Now we'll start with a road distance, which is the Vertical Mount like this. So at the moment we can see there's eight, so it's eight within this block. So if I had to increase this, let's say 23, that's your system. Apply Then we'll see. Now there is What is that? Six. Zoom in your So now we've got six over here in the block. Like I said, it was going to a block. Not as a whole. If you have it on a four sided, um, they're like so now. So there's always we set the distance between these rows and then on the right here we've got gradient, so I'm gonna send this back to to so we can see it And the gradient will basically be a gradient amount. Say, if I go five apply and we can say see it slowly increases as it goes along. But it works around the baseline, so at the bottom will increase it on the top of the wall, increase it in opposite direction. I'm gonna keep this off for now. Now the gradient works the same for the columns as well. So, like we said, the rows of vertical columns of horizontal. So if we had to increase this, let's say three. We can see the value at the bottom to I mean 12. So we've got 12 in a column. Click Apply now. I've got more space now, eight under a three column distance. So this is how you set the columns? Uh, distance. You also do a gradient, but I will not do that. So we can save some time to comply. I'll set that back and then you will also notice. Like I mentioned, we've got the great at once and this is pretty much just relevant to what you've said this back under that we've got to repay which this first setting. I've tried messing around. I'm not sure what it does. Maybe someone can leave a comment in the description if you actually know and we will appreciate that and then to the right, we've got under the grade. We can set this as well. And if I had to, Except as you'll see, it makes the form of a ray. You can say with an uneven distance. So if I go apply from our baseline, it will start arranging it out. So now this is also depending on the light source is you've got You can arrange it from a corner. So far, so that is under the actual repair. I'm gonna keep this on zero, then click apply again. But otherwise you're just a quick recap. So we've got row, which is setting your distance between your vertical and then column, which sets it on your horizontal gradients as well. Yeah, that's just about wraps out or wraps up the rows and columns if we had to hear yet softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z You guys will notice we've got a variety of different software to recover, and you can isolate your search on top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward. Just simply go here, request the training video, fill in the uniform. Then we'll do our best to make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys for watching and cheers.
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