Moves layers so that they are arranged in a vertical column.
The position of the arranged layers is based on the bounding rectangle around the layers — the smallest rectangle that can enclose them. The bounding rectangle is always aligned with the X-axis and Y-axis (not rotated).
Layers— The layers to arrange, in order from top to bottom.
Window— The window in which the layers are rendered. This is only necessary when working with Real Size layers.
Horizontal Alignment— The way the arranged layers line up with each other: by their left-most, right-most, or center points.
Anchor— The point within the arranged layers' bounding rectangle that should be fixed at
Position— The point within the composite image where the arranged layers should be placed, in Vuo Coordinates.
Spacing— The distance between adjacent layers, in Vuo Coordinates.
Arranged Layer— A parent layer containing the arranged layers as children. (
Arranged Layeromits empty layers, for example if one of the
Layersdrawer ports doesn’t have a cable connected.)
Keywords: layout, line, place, row, vertical