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Figure 3-34. Using Snap Align
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You can also align objects on the stage through the use of a grid. This is a handy way of precisely positioning objects on the stage. You can turn on the grid by selecting View Grid Show Grid. When you release the mouse, a grid will appear on the stage. This grid is what we call an authortime feature. That means that the grid won t appear when you publish the SWF and put it up on a web page. You can also edit the grid by selecting View Grid Edit Grid. The Grid dialog box, shown in Figure 3-35, will appear. Here you can change the color of the grid lines, determine whether items snap to the grid, and change the size of the squares in the grid. The Snap accuracy drop-down menu lets you choose how snapping to the grid lines will be managed by Flash.
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Figure 3-35. Adding a grid and managing it on the stage
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Take another look at the Grid panel in Figure 3-35. There is a Show over objects option that was added in Flash CS4. This option allows you to show the grid over everything on the stage, meaning you now have the ability to be super accurate in snapping objects to grid lines. As we said in the previous edition of this book, this option is super cool.
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Another method for aligning objects or placing them in precise locations on the stage is to use guides. You can add guides by dragging them off either a horizontal or a vertical ruler. The ruler isn t shown by default in Flash; to turn it on, select View Rulers. At 100 percent view, the rulers are divided into five-pixel units. If you need even more precise placement, zooming in to 2,000 percent view allows you to work in units of .5 pixels. To add a guide, drag it off of either the horizontal or vertical ruler, and when it is in position, release the mouse. To remove a guide, drag it back onto the ruler. Once a guide is in place, you can then edit it by selecting View Guides Edit Guides. This will open the Guides dialog box (see Figure 3-36), which is quite similar to the Grid dialog box. The Snap accuracy drop-down menu allows you to determine how close an object needs to be to a guide before it snaps to the guide. You can also choose to lock the guides in place. Locking guides once they are in position is a good habit to develop. This way, you won t accidentally move them. If you need to turn off the guides, select View Guide Show Guides; reselect it to turn them on again. If you no longer need the guides, you can remove them with a single click of the mouse by selecting View Guides Clear Guides.
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Figure 3-36. Rulers, guides, and the Guide dialog box
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Snapping in a guide layer and to pixels
Finally, you can snap objects to items in a guide layer not to be confused with the guides we just discussed and even to individual pixels. Snapping to an object in a guide layer is nothing more than a variation of the Snap to Objects, except the layer in question has been converted to a guide layer by right-clicking (Control+clicking) the layer name and selecting Guide. What s the difference As you saw in 1, the lines drawn in a guide layer aren t included in the SWF. Snapping to pixels is best-suited to ultra-precise positioning and control freaks. This is extremely useful with the placement of bitmaps and text fields. In fact, you won t even see the pixel grid until you have zoomed in to at least 400 percent. The pixel grid is not the same grid we demonstrated earlier.
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