On the Inset page, you can define different insets. There are three subsequent tabs on the left side to define the profile, the front material and the side material of the insets.
Front view profile
There are several ways to specify the front view profile of the insert. These modes are the same as the profile of the entire furniture front.
Favorites can always include this profile with a unique symbol. The automatic profile means that you follow the front view profile of the furniture front with a specified offset. You will not be able to resize the profile at this time.
The selected insert profile is modified in the same way as for the furniture front view profile.
Align the insert profile to the front view profile
The selected insert profile can be adjusted to the front view profile of the furniture front. To do this, you can use the Same offset option and the open and closed states of the lock icons .
You can leave the dialog with clicking the Ok, Cancel, or Close buttons. When you click Cancel or Close, the program asks for a confirmation
- Switch on the Same offsets option and the locked status of the lock button ( ) if you want to use the same offsets relative to the front profile of the cabinet door on all sides. In this status the X offset and Y offset values are not editable.
- Switch off the Same offsets option and use the appearing lock buttons if you want to apply different offsets relative to the front profile of the cabinet door on the sides.
- To define the width/height and X/Y offset values of the inset profile, use the values in the drop-down list or enter other values in the input fields.
Depending on the shape of the used inset profile and the status of the lock buttons, the width/height and X/Y offset values may not modifiable.
On the bottom of the dialog, you can specify whether the inset should sink into the cabinet door or stand out. Negative, Positive and No depth options are available in the drop-down list.
- Use the Negative option if you want the inset sinking into the front of the cabinet door.
- Use the Positive option if you want the inset standing out from the front of the cabinet door.
- Use the No depth option if you want the inset to be on the plane of the front of the cabinet door.
- In case of selecting the Negative or Positive option, you also have to select a depth value from the drop-down list or enter a value in the input field. In case of Negative option, the depth value must be smaller than the thickness of the cabinet door.
Adding/deleting insets and switching between insets
For a cabinet door, you can define more insets.
- After specifying the properties of an inset, click the button to add the inset to the cabinet door.
- If you want to add more insets, click the button and set the properties. To add the inset, click the button. To cancel the new inset definition, click the button.
- Repeat the steps above until you reach the required number of insets. When you add more insets, you can use the appearing arrow buttons ( , ) to step forward to the next inset or step backward to the previous inset you defined previously. You can modify the properties of the actual inset.
- To delete an inset definition, click the button.
- The new inset that hasn’t been added yet is represented by green color in the preview. The previously added and selected inset is represented by red color in the preview. The previously added and not selected insets are represented by blue color in the preview.
Front material of inset
On this tab, you can define the front material of the defined insets.
Side material of inset
On this tab, you can define the side material of the defined insets.
Copy and paste
On the Inset, Hole, Subtract profile and Add profile pages it is possible to copy certain properties from one element to another. The function works only inside the same pages between the elements. All the properties will be copied that do not concern the shape and position of a frontal profile.
- After specifying the properties of an actual (an existing or new) element, click the button.
- To modify the properties of an existing element, or when you create a new element, click the paste button.