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[Imported] Moving Objects to different Layers?

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[Imported] Moving Objects to different Layers?

>>Message imported from previous forum - Category:ClearSCADA Software<<
User: florian, originally posted: 2018-10-25 19:33:35 Id:283
This is a re-posting from the obsoleted (October 2018) "Schneider Electric Telemetry & SCADA" forum.

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**_rnishimura:_**
**_I am trying to find a clean way to move objects to a different layer._**

**_So far, I have only been able to do this by cutting and pasting. But in doing this, I have to realign the object after pasting. Is there an easier way to do this by just changing the layer?_**

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geoffpatton:

That is the only way I know how to do it, but it always pastes it in the same relative place. You just have to use the up and left arrow keys. it depends on the grid size you are using on how many times you have to press the arrow keys. The default grid 5000x5000 is just up one and left one. I usually use 1000x1000 grid and it is 5 up and 5 left.

Now if you are copying from one mimic to another it places them in the exact same position.