Undoing & Redoing Changes



Realtime Landscaping Photo has a very powerful undo system, giving you the freedom to experiment and try new things. The number of undo levels is unlimited, so you can backtrack all the way up to the point where you last opened your landscape design. If you decide you want your changes after all, you can redo your changes as far as desired.

To undo the last change:

1.   Click Undo, or from the Edit menu click Undo, or press Ctrl+Z.

2.   Your last object or point editing action is changed.

3.   Repeat for each change you want to undo.

To redo the last undone change:

1.   Click Redo, or from the Edit menu click Undo, or Ctrl+Shift+Z.

2.   Your last undone action is changed.

3.   Repeat for each undone change you want to redo.


    To see a description of what undo or redo will do, click the Edit menu. In the following example, selecting Undo will undo a selection, while selecting Redo will redo a deletion that was just undone.

    Undo and Redo information is not saved to disk, so do not rely exclusively on these actions to save your changes. Instead, a good habit is to save your work periodically by clicking File and Save. You can also instruct Realtime Landscaping Photo to save your file automatically. See Program Settings for instructions on how to enable automatic file saving.