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Default space when adjusting?

Is it possible to set how big the space should be between the different objects, when you use for example "Adjust Top"?

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prieper
Master II
Master II

You may choose also Space Horizontally or Space Vertically in order to have an equal distance betw the first and last object. Otherwise you may reduce the width of the grid and adjust the manually (you may finetune movements with Cntrl + Arrow)

HTH
Peter

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prieper
Master II
Master II

You may choose also Space Horizontally or Space Vertically in order to have an equal distance betw the first and last object. Otherwise you may reduce the width of the grid and adjust the manually (you may finetune movements with Cntrl + Arrow)

HTH
Peter

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Thanks for your reply Peter.

It seems like the default space between two objects is 4 pixels for me, but I would like it to be 3 pixels. May seem like a triviality but if the default setting could be change, I would be glad.

The "Space Vertically" tip was however useful, since I could mark my 5 objects, click on "Adjust Top", then move the last object up 4 pixels and finally use "Space Vertically". This is surely better than having to fix every single object, but once again, if someone knows if there is (or not) a default setting for the space between objects, please let me know.

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Hi

There isn't any default setting for this but if you turn on the design grid (View -> Design grid) and try to move objects around you will notice that they "snap" to certain positions. This may make it easier to arrange your objects.
If you go to User preferences (Ctrl+Alt+U), the Design-tab, you can also set the "Snap step"-property.

regards
/Fredrik

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Thanks for your reply Fredrik.