The Transform command, in the Edit menu or the right-click menu of many data objects in the Project Explorer, is used to move objects. The command accessed through the Edit menu transforms every data object that can be transformed. The command accessed through a right-click menu transforms only the object whose right-click menu was used. In the Transform dialog, the transformation type can be chosen and then appropriate parameters can be entered. The following transformation types are available:
- Scaling: Scaling factors for the X, Y, and/or Z directions are entered. To prevent scaling a specific direction, the default value of 1.0 should be used.
- Translation: Translation values for the X, Y, and/or Z directions are entered. To prevent translation in a specific direction, the default value of 0.0 should be used.
- Rotations: When rotation is selected, the set of options on the right side of the dialog become available to define the center of rotation around the Z axis. The rotation will occur counter-clockwise by the specified angle around the specified center of rotation.
By default, the image will be framed after the transformation takes place. However, this can be turned off by using the Frame image after transformation option. This must be turned off each time. GMS does not save the previous choice.
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