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How to Edit the Element Properties  XML
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How to Edit the Element Properties


Step 1: Click an object and the Element Properties box will appear on the top right corner*


* The Element Properties box can be hidden if you do not check the box “Show Element Properties” and set the object as the selected object under “Object Selected” in Event Trigger



Add New Group
Step 1: Scroll to the bottom of the element properties box


Step 2: Click “Add New Group”


Step 3: Enter the name of the group. Click “?” to confirm



Add New Properties under groups
Step 1: Click the “+” next to the group you want to add new properties


Step 2: Enter the label and value. Click “?” to confirm



Edit Information
Step 1: Click the icon to edit the value


Step 2: Enter the edited information. Press “Enter” or click the icon again to confirm



Delete the added Properties*
Step 1: Click the “X” next to the properties


* Only the properties added in Fuzor can be removed in the Element Properties box.


Hide Label(s) / Group(s)
Step 1: Click the filter on the top right corner of the Element Properties box


Step 2: Under the Parameter Filter box, uncheck the box of the label you would like to hide. The label will be hidden


Step 3: Uncheck the box of the group you would like to hide. The whole group will be hidden



Reveal Hidden Group(s)
Step 1: Click to check the box of the group. The group will reveal in the Element Properties box


Remarks:
The parameter filter will apply to all objects in the project. You can also save the parameter filters for future use and load the filters into your current project.




A: Default Filters – If if you turn a parameter off/on here it will be shown for all objects in the model. If you toggle off the default filters these are the parameters for that are category based.

The solid square indicates if the parameter will be off or on based on the default filter shown above.


The X indicates always turn on this parameter for this category regardless of what the default filters are


The empty checkbox indicates turn off this parameter for this category regardless of what the default parameters are


B: Save Filter – Click to save the parameter filter in fzp format

C: Load Filter – Click to load a parameter filter in fzp format into the project

This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 25/02/2019 09:01:58

 
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