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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-12-05T08:46:30Z by MarcvanLint
MarcvanLint
MarcvanLint
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Pinned topic What was the trick???

‏2013-12-04T12:26:51Z |

When placing e.g. a container it remains in a place container mode. I believe there was a trick/setting that RPE would fall back into the select again. Anyone happens to know this trick? (At the moment I don't know which one is best..._)

  • Kumaraswamy M
    Kumaraswamy M
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    Re: What was the trick???

    ‏2013-12-05T07:14:20Z  

    Hi,

    In RPE Studio, set the preference to the following.

    Window -> Preferences -> RPE -> Document Desing => Keep current palette element tool **** ==> Yes

    In RPE studio, click on any palette element (don't drag) , say container, and then add container any number of times to the template by a simple mouse click :)   you could see the difference in the mouse pointer.

    Thanks,

    Kumar

  • Kumaraswamy M
    Kumaraswamy M
    350 Posts

    Re: What was the trick???

    ‏2013-12-05T07:14:20Z  

    Hi,

    In RPE Studio, set the preference to the following.

    Window -> Preferences -> RPE -> Document Desing => Keep current palette element tool **** ==> Yes

    In RPE studio, click on any palette element (don't drag) , say container, and then add container any number of times to the template by a simple mouse click :)   you could see the difference in the mouse pointer.

    Thanks,

    Kumar

  • MarcvanLint
    MarcvanLint
    57 Posts

    Re: What was the trick???

    ‏2013-12-05T08:46:30Z  

    Hi,

    In RPE Studio, set the preference to the following.

    Window -> Preferences -> RPE -> Document Desing => Keep current palette element tool **** ==> Yes

    In RPE studio, click on any palette element (don't drag) , say container, and then add container any number of times to the template by a simple mouse click :)   you could see the difference in the mouse pointer.

    Thanks,

    Kumar

    Yes! That's the switch. Now I can turn it off (which I like!).
    Thanks!