Selecting Workspace Elements
You can select various Workspace Elements (such as Fixtures and Contents) to operate on them simultaneously.
To initiate multiple selections, hold ⌘ and click on the elements you want to select, either on the Workspace or the Scene Panel. You can also use square-select by clicking and dragging the pointer across the Workspace.
Configuring and Manipulating an Element
When you click on an element in the workspace, a Gizmo will appear, enabling you to transform it.
To move an element, simply drag it using the pointer. To rotate it, drag the rotating handle (blue) (press ⇧ to rotate in 15º steps). To scale it, drag one of the edges of the bounding box. To restore the aspect ratio, use the "Aspect Ratio" button in the Inspector Panel.
You can also select multiple elements to apply these operations collectively.
When an element is selected, its properties are displayed in the Inspector Panel.
Aligning and Distributing Elements
To align the selected elements, you can use one of the Alignment and Distribution tools available in the menu.
The alignment tools include vertical and horizontal alignment to the center and edges. The distribution tools work in both vertical and horizontal directions. Alignment is always performed using a selected group of elements as a reference.
Copying and duplicating Elements
You can copy and paste Elements using ⌘+C and ⌘+V key combinations, or using the menu (Edit ‣ Copy and Edit ‣ Paste). You can select any number of items to be copied. Pasted items will maintain the properties of the original, with a position offset. Pasted elements get automatically selected.
You can perform a quick copy-paste action by duplicating the items: ⌘+D or Edit ‣ Duplicate.