Arrange "Dial" in Mask Editor Dialog

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Jack Daniels
Jack Daniels le 5 Nov 2022
Since I have multiple "Dials" within single masked subsystem, is it possible somehow arrange the Dials - e.g. to be at sorted out horizontally?
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst le 5 Nov 2022
Modifié(e) : Image Analyst le 5 Nov 2022
What do you mean by sorted out? Obviously you can position each of the dials anywhere you want on the GUI.
Jack Daniels
Jack Daniels le 7 Nov 2022
How? It gives me just this order (vertically) as you see - I'd like to have them in one horizontal line ... (or in matrix form if there are four dials)

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Rohit S. Nambiar
Rohit S. Nambiar le 10 Nov 2022
In order to arrange the "Dials" horizontally, you can change the "Row Location" property for all dials that follow the first one from "new" to "current"
For this, follow the below steps
  1. Add the first Dial
  2. Add the second Dial
  3. With the second Dial selected, go to Property Editor > Layout > Row Location and change the property from new to current
  4. Add more Dials as necessary and repeat step 3
  5. Preview your changes using the Preview Dialog option on the toolstrip
To achieve a matrix form,
  1. Repeat the above steps 1-4 to create first row
  2. Add first Dial in second row and ensure Row Location is set to new
  3. Follow previously described process to create second row
  4. Add more rows as necessary
Hope this helps.


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