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Apply from Property Editor

Assign to Selected Pattern

Assign to New Fabric

Apply from Folder

Apply from Library Window

Apply from Fabric Tab

 

Objective 

Apply Fabrics (.zfab) to Patterns.


Operation

Apply from Property Editor

  1. Click on a Pattern, and choose a Fabric to apply from the Fabric menu in the Property Editor.
    → The selected Fabric is now being applied to the selected Pattern accordingly.
     
※ Note: Only Fabrics in the Fabric tab are being displayed in the corresponding Fabric menu.

Assign to Selected Pattern

  1. Select a Pattern.

  2. Follow the indicated guideline below:

    Object Browser ▶ Fabric ▶  property_btn_assign_none.png Assign to Selected Patterns

    → The selected Fabric is now being applied to the selected Pattern accordingly. 


Assign to New Fabric

    1. Select a Pattern.

    2. Follow the indicated guideline below:

      Object Browser ▶ Fabric ▶  __._______.__________________.png Assign to New Fabric 

      Right-click Pattern Pop-up Menu ▶ Assign to New Fabric 

      → The new Fabric is now being applied to the selected Pattern and simultaneously added on the Fabric tab.

Apply from Folder

      1. With Window File Search, open a folder where the Fabric files are being stored.

      2. Drag and drop a desired Fabric onto a pattern in 2D or 3D window. 
        → The selected Pattern is now being applied to the selected Pattern and simultaneously added on the Fabric tab.

      3. Or, drag and drop Fabric files onto Fabric tab of the Object Browser.
        → In case of drag-and-dropping onto Fabric item, the previous Fabric style gets replaced. 
        → In case of drag-and-dropping onto the empty space, the Fabric gets added in the list.

Apply from Library Window

      1. Open a folder where the Fabric files are being stored from the Library window. 

      2. Drag and drop a desired Fabric onto a Pattern in 2D or 3D window. 
        → The selected Pattern is now being applied to the selected Pattern and simultaneously added on the Fabric List window.

      3. Drag and drop fabric files onto Fabric tab of the Object Browser:
        → In case of drag-and-dropping onto Fabric item, the previous item gets replaced. 
        → In case of drag-and-dropping onto the empty space, the Fabric gets added in the list.

Apply from Fabric Tab

    1. Drag and drop a desired Fabric onto a Pattern in 2D or 3D window. 
      → The selected Pattern is now being applied to the selected Pattern.

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