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In this Adobe Flash CS3 tutorial, learn how to edit the grid to change the color and spacing among other changes.
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I’ve really like to use the grid and Adobe Flash because it really helps me take a placement of my objects just right. However, there are a few changes that I would make to the gird if I could and I could do this by right clicking in a blank area of my stage and I don’t necessarily have to have the grid mark showing.
Go to grid and then go to edit grid. And then I could have a different options here. I can change the color of the grid if I’d like since I do have black stage. I could go ahead and change it to Y and make it a standout a little bit more. I can have it where my objects will snap to the grid. I can also change the width and the height of each of those squares and you could see that changes it. I also have the option of changing the snap accuracy. I can have it to be normal, I can have it where it has to be closed. An object has to be closed to it before it’s going to be snapped.
It can be distant and still be snapped or can always snap regardless of even if I place it not nearer grid line. So I can go ahead and make those settings click on okay and it will go ahead and it will apply those settings that I’ve changed for my grid to my current stage.