Using the frame "Drawing Settings", it is possible to set the parameters of the visualization (what is showed on the desktop). In any frame, it is possible to switch to the "Drawing Settings" mode, just by clicking the the button on the "" tool bar.
Button of drawing settings
Individual columns in the window correspond with the individual frames. On the left is always the settings for the current frame (frame "Water" on the figure). In other columns, visualization of ther objects is defined. It is possible to set visualization only of the objects, which are currently viewed.
Frame "Drawing Settings"
Button "Use everywhere" in the bottom part of each column sets the defined parameters of visualization to all.
Button "Default settings" sets all the parameters to default.
Settings in this frame mainly serves for defining parameters of the visualization on the desktop - the settings of parameters of drawing for outputs (print) are defined in the "" mode.
The frame can also contain columns with special settings, which are only displayed in several cases in some programs:
- Vizualization settings of (1).
- Desktop (2D programs) - defines several special settings (defining range, scale) and are global settings for all (2).
- Global - Height multiplier (2D programs) - enables change of scale in vertical direction (z) (3).
- Global - Stretch Drawing (1D programs) - enables change of scale in horizontal direction (x) (3).
- Global - 3D width - defines the width of the visualized structure in mode (3).
- (programs Settlement, FEM) (4).
Settings of background colors, styles of lines and fills is defined for all programs in the "".
Frame "Visualization Settings" - special settings
First column in the frame is sometimes divided into several sections (eg. visualization results settings). In this case, the columns are merged into one in other frames. It is possible to select the frame, of which the visualization is to be set using the button in the header of the column.
Frame "Visualization Settings" - merge multiple sections (columns)