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 +====== Landscape Object ======
 +<WRAP round info 60%>
 +Command: **DFLSO**
 +</WRAP>
  
 +===== Description =====
 +With the function **Landscape objects** you can create, use, and manage dynamic drawing objects in the window [[Quick-Grafik]]. These objects align themselves with the screen and switch automatically between plan view and elevation.
 +
 +===== Procedure =====
 +  - Left-click on a symbol within a palette and hold the mouse-button pressed.  
 +  - Drag the cursor into the drawing space and let the mouse-button go. 
 +  - Specify the first insertion point.  
 +  - Drag the cursor diagonally to open up the window and left-click when the desired size is reached. 
 +  - Insert more objects into the drawing by simply clicking the insertion point in the drawing.  
 +  - End the insertion of objects with <wrap caps>**Enter**</wrap>.
 +
 +<WRAP round important 90%>
 +Library elements with a lock on the bottom right corner of the preview image are encoded and protected elements.
 +These elements can only be displayed with DATAflor CAD or an "Object Enabler". The "Object Enabler" can be downloaded from the[[http://www.dataflor.de/htm/de/html/ServiceDownloadTools.php|www.DATAflor.de]]
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +<WRAP round tip 90%>
 +The window **Quick-Graphic** can be fixed/anchored in the work space like the **Properties** palette.
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +===== Functions =====
 +{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso001.png?nolink|}}
 +
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso002.png?nolink|}}|Opens the window **Landscape Objects** to create a new landscape object.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso003.png?nolink|}}|Opens the window **Landscape Objects** to edit the selected landscape object.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:quick003.png?nolink|}}|Displays the symbols with or without text.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:quick005.png?nolink|}}|Displays small or large symbols.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:quick007.png?nolink|}}|Inserts the selected object once or multiple times into the drawing.|
 +
 +There are more functions available for individual landscape objects. If you right-click on a symbol you can **edit**, **delete** or **rename** the object, **refresh** the **icon** (Icon will be refreshed automatically), and **specify** another **image** for the icon.
 +
 +With the function **Replace in drawing** both, images and blocks, can be substituted. Select then the images / blocks in the drawing that you want to replace with the current object.
 +<WRAP round important 90%>
 +If there are images / blocks selected in the drawing already they will be replaced directly when choosing the function **Replace in drawing**.
 +</WRAP>
 +In the **Properties** of the symbol you can find parameters specific to the object that were defined in the window **Landscape Objects**.
 +<WRAP round tip 90%>
 +You can select  **multiple objects** in the library, this way you can match useful properties. For that hold the <wrap caps>**Shift**</wrap>-key or <wrap caps>**Strg**</wrap>-key when selecting. 
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +
 +==== Create a new landscape object ====
 +    - You have two options to setup the display of the objects in 3D Elevations or 2D Plan views.
 +    - Specify in the window **Landscape Objects > Tab Properties** for image, image (2D), or block the function {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso006.png?nolink|}} to open your own graphics. 
 +    - Additionally, open the [[quick-manager|Quick-Manager]]. Left-click on an image or block within the palette and hold the mouse button pressed. Drag the cursor in the window **Landscape Objects > Tab Properties** to one of the squares below image, image (2D) or block and let the mouse button go. The object will be inserted.  
 +  - Repeat the step for all views, if required.  
 +  - As soon as you confirm the selection with **[OK]**  the landscape object will be saved to the palette. The preview in the **Quick-Graphic** will now receive a little symbol {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso007.png?nolink|}} in the upper right corner.\\ \\ 
 +
 +==== Allocate plants and materials ====
 +{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso004a.png?nolink|}}
 +
 +It is possible to allocate a plant and/or material to the landscape object, eg. to generate a planting or material list through the **Object-Manager**.
 +
 +These entries are automatically saved in the **Object-Manager** when inserting the object into a drawing. The entries comprise the location where the object is saved in the Quick-Manager and the number of inserted objects.
 +
 +This way you can create a material- or planting plan out of the **Quick-Graphic** with Drag & Drop.
 +
 +  - Click in the dialogue **Landscape Objects > Tab Properties** the button **[…]**.
 +  - The Material- or Plant-Manager opens.\\ \\ {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:quick013.png?nolink|}}\\ \\ 
 +  - In the dialogue you can specify a new name for the object or replace it by the catalogue name of the material / plant.\\  Click on the button **[...]** to select a material / plant from the installed material / plant catalogues and to allocate it to the object.\\ \\ <WRAP round tip 85%>
 +If you allocate a quality to the plant it will automatically be inserted with it. If no quality is specified it is inquired.
 +</WRAP>Additionally you can allocate the graphic options 2 and 3. Those will be automatically saved in the **Object-Manager** as graphic option.  
 +  - Confirm your entries with **[OK].**
 +
 +In the [[Quick-Manager]] a symbol is now displayed on the top right corner of the preview image. This symbol denotes whether either a material {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:quick014.png?nolink|}}, a plant {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:quick015.png?nolink|}} or material and plant {{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:quick016.png?nolink|}} is/are allocated to this object.\\ \\ 
 +==== Darstellung in der Zeichnung festlegen ====
 +{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso004b.png?nolink|}}
 + 
 +Select the style of the landscape object in the dialogue **Landscape Objects > Tab Properties>** in the field **Display**: as **Symbol**, **Block**, **Image** or **By visual style**. If the option **By visual Style** is selected the image is only visible in certain styles (eg. //realistic//) or when rendering. In visual styles like //2D Wireframe// or //Wireframe// the block is used.
 +
 +<WRAP round important 90%>
 +In case there is **no block**, the **image** will be displayed instead. 
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +When inserting or moving the objects in the drawing the specified **symbol graphic** will be displayed.
 +
 +The option **align with screen** will direct the object face always to the observer, no matter what the selected view is.\\ \\ 
 +==== Tab Advanced Graphic Settings ====
 +{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso005.png?nolink|}}
 +
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso008.png?nolink|}}|**Cut image to visible area**: boundaries //without informatio// will be cut off.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso009.png?nolink|}}|**Set colour to transparent**: opens the image. By clicking on a colour a transparency is applied to it.\\ In the **entry field** on the right the tolerance of the colour transparency can be controlled. The higher the value, the greater the colour range that is set transparent.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso011.png?nolink|}}|**Apply median to mask**: smaller areas on the edges are merged to bigger ones. The slider controls the intensity.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso012.png?nolink|}}|**Reduce non-transparent area**: at the areas on the edges the transparent area is enlarged. The slider controls the intensity.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso013.png?nolink|}}|**Blur mask**: the contrast at the transition of mask to transparent area is reduced, the image stays sharp. The slider controls the intensity.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso014.png?nolink|}}|**Transparency of visible areas**: object is set transparent with a specified percentage. The slider controls the intensity.|
 +|**Mask**|shows the mask in the current settings.\\ An image with transparency (eg. png) shows automatically the mask. For an image without transparency (eg. jpg) the transpareny has to be specified.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso006.png?nolink|}}|Load a mask whose dimension match those of the image.|
 +|**Result**|shows the image with the current settings.|
 +|{{de:produkte:cad:entwurf:dflso010.png?nolink|}}|**Specify centre of rotation**: select the centre of rotation for the image.|