When multiple sensors are dragged from the sensor list onto a drawing at once, the Sensor placement dialog appears. This dialog is used to define the sensors' placement relative to each other, as well as the rest of the drawing. Adjustments made here can be seen instantly on the drawing. The dialog has the following sections:
This defines the collection of sensors' position on the drawing. The initial values will be the position where you dropped the sensors.
X - The horizontal offset of the collection. The greater the number the further left on the drawing the collection is shifted.
Y - The vertical offset of the collection. The greater the number the further down on the drawing the collection is shifted.
The arrows increase/decrease the space between the sensor icons on their respective axis.
X - Arrows increase/decrease spacing between sensors on the horizontal axis.
Y - Arrows increase/decrease spacing between sensors on the vertical axis.
No. of rows - The number of rows constitutes how many sensor icons are spread across the vertical axis. The horizontal sensor icons will spread themselves along these rows as evenly as possible.
Flip orientation - Enabling this will swap the the number of sensor icons spread across the vertical axis with the number of sensor icons spread across the horizontal axis.
Positions of selected sensors can be adjusted by angle in degrees.
By default, the order of the sensors will be the same as on the list. The current order is shown at the start of the Sensor order section.
Reverse order - When enabled, this option reverses the current order of the sensors.