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 Layer omits empty layers, for example if one of the
Layers drawer ports doesn’t have a cable connected.)
Keywords: layout, line, place, row, vertical