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|Single message by Martin Wynne Topic: How to join/align 2 templates?|
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I have made some progress with transition curves: thank you.May I ask another basic question?Hi Richard,
Sure. You first need to select the templates as a group. Lots of ways to do that, but the fastest if they are mixed in with other templates is to click on each one in turn and then press G.
(Press G again if you select one by mistake.)
To move them all as a group, the shortcut for the mouse action is the BACKSLASH key or SHIFT+CTRL+F7 shift group.
To rotate them all as a group, the shortcut for the mouse action is the FORWARD-SLASH key or SHIFT+CTRL+F8 rotate group.
You can also shift, rotate, mirror them, etc., using the other functions in the group menu.
Using the notch linking functions you can have them attached in alignment with the control template while you adjust it.
edit: There is a very old video showing that for an engine shed at:
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