I am used to using Arrange Transformation Positions on a much earlier addition of Coral. Where or what do I use to do the same thing within the 2019 edition? Thank you.
Look at the Transform docker.
Thank you, Eskimo. I was not able to find anything named Transform Docker.
David B Ward said:I was not able to find anything named Transform Docker.
One of several ways to get to it is through Window>Dockers>Transform:
I will try that first thing in the morning. Thanks for the help. I appreciate it very much!
As an alternative way, you can use the Property bar for move an object.
For example, if you want to move an object 20 mm to the right, go to the Property Bar (or press Ctrl+Enter to activate, then Tab to navigate), and on the actual position just type +20, then press Enter.
I prefer to use "relative to object" coordinates: open the Transform bar (right click on any free space of any bar) and activate the last icon of the Transform bar. Now we can close the Transform bar. Then, if we select an object the coordinates will be set to zero. If we want to move it 20 mm to right, Ctrl+Enter, type 20, and Enter. If we want to move to the left, select the object, Ctrl+Enter, -40 (negative value). Tab will move to the vertical position, when a positive value moves up and a negative value move down.