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Garden with Insight v1.0 Help: How to rearrange the aspects in a group

You can rearrange the aspects in a group using either the browser or the group editor.

Using the browser

In the browser, select the group on the browser's numbers side. Click on the browser component that represents the aspect you want to move. The selected browser component will appear with a white background. Now click on the name of the browser component at its top, and drag to another position in the list of browser components.

Dragging after clicking on a browser component

The browser component in its new place after dragging

It might make it easier to rearrange the browser components if you collapse them all first (click the collapse all gif/00000076.gif button or choose Collapse all from the browser Aspect menu). Remember that you can right-click on the name of a browser component to expand or collapse it.

Using the group editor

To rearrange the aspects in a group using the group editor, open the browser, then click the groups gif/00000072.gif button or choose Edit groups from the browser Aspect menu to open the group editor.

The group editor window

The aspects in the selected group are shown in the group aspects list box, under the label Group. To move an aspect up or down in the list, select it in the list box by clicking on it, then click Up or Down. Select multiple aspects by holding down the shift key (for aspects in a row) or the control key (for aspects not in a row). You can also move one aspect at a time up or down by clicking on the aspect and dragging it to another position in the list.

When you are finished using the group editor, click OK to save your changes, or click Cancel to abandon them.

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