[LAYER] Layer Moving Tokens

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[LAYER] Layer Moving Tokens

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Layer Moving Tokens are used to move an object (or group of objects) to another layer.

 

The token consists of "LAYER:" followed by the name of the layer on which you want to move the current object.

For example:

 

 [LAYER:My test layer]

 

If the layer does not exist then it will be created. If you are using the ANSI version of Q++Studio then your layer names should not contain any accents (ie. only the characters a to z and A to Z and spaces and numbers from 0 to 9.

 

Note that if you use this Layer Moving Tokens, then you should always un-check the Remove OPF layers Generation Option, otherwise you will get a message that your current Generation Options are incompatible with Layer Moving Tokens. Additionally, if you plan on using a layer which already exists in a GridTemplate, then you should also un-check the Remove GridTemplate layers Generation Option.

 

Layer Moving Tokens only function with QuarkXPress version 7 and above.


Topic 179230 updated on 24-Aug-2015.
Topic URL: http://www.qppstudio.net/webhelp/index.html?layer_layer_moving_tokens.htm