Editing Properties for Multiple Objects
Realtime Landscaping Pro lets you edit multiple objects of
the same type all at once. For example, suppose you have several places where
you want to change the edging to a different (but identical) material. Instead
of having to select and change each edging object individually, you can select
all of them and make the change just once. This can save a lot of time when
working with large landscape designs.
When you select multiple objects of the same type, any of
the properties that are different will appear blank. For example:
In this example, both of the edging objects were selected
by clicking on them (press and hold Shift while clicking to select
multiple objects). They both have the same height, but their widths and
materials are different. To change the material for both of them at the same
time, click the blank Material preview window and select the desired material.
Likewise, if you want them to both have the same width, then drag the width
slider or type in the desired value. This has been done in the following
objects must be the same type in order for their properties can be edited at
once. Only the selected objects are affected.
Objects must be ungrouped before their properties can be edited, even if
the objects are the same type.
editing multiple objects in this fashion, clicking Undo will undo changes to all
of the affected objects at once. For example, suppose you have ten plants
selected and you change their starting age all at once using the above
procedure. Clicking Undo would restore the starting age in all ten plants. See
Undoing & Redoing changes for more