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Distribute Sprite
distributes selected sprites uniformly.
The distance between the sprites is defined by the value in the Offset spinbox (in pixels).
The distribution begins with the sprite in the channel with the smallest number
toward the sprite in the channel with the greatest number.

To distribute sprites:
1. In the Director Score, select sprites, which you would like to distribute uniformly.
2. In ScoreCommander/Sprites/Distribute Sprite:

  • Define the distribution direction by clicking the appropriate arrow.
  • Input a value in the Offset spinbox.
  • Click the Apply button.
Step 1 Step 2 After Distribute Sprite


If Quads is checked, the distance between the sprites is considered to be the one between their quads.
If Quads is not checked, the distance between the sprites is considered to be the one between their geometric centres.

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