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Selecting more than one plant in the main window
To select more than one plant in the main window,
Shift-click on a plant in the list to select all plants between the focused plant and the new plant. -or-
Control-click on a plant in the list to add it to the selection without any other plants. -or-
Shift-click on a plant in the drawing. -or-
Click on a spot where there are no plants and drag across one or more plants. -or-
Choose Select All from the Layout menu. Special considerations for viewing and bitmap options
If you are using plant bitmaps, you must Shift-click on the plant itself -- on a leaf, stem or other plant part -- to add it to the selection. If you are not using plant bitmaps, Shift-click anywhere inside a plant's selection rectangle to add the plant to the selection.
Making multiple selections by clicking and dragging works the same way whether or not you are using plant bitmaps.
If the Show Focused Plant Only option is on in the Options menu, selecting more than one plant will have no visible effect (you won't be able to see the non-focused selected plants), but you will still be able to set parameters, ages and rotations to the same value for all selected plants in the usual way.
Updated: March 10, 1999. Questions/comments on site to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright © 1998, 1999 Paul D. Fernhout & Cynthia F. Kurtz.