Jungle How To
procedure is the same for loading a floater into a library, as that of
loading a nozzle.
In the Objects:Floater palette
click on the word Hand in the
Floater Popup window.
The Open dialog box
Load the Tiger 5.5.POR
the Objects:Floater palette
select the Tiger 22 icon and drag
it onto the painting background.
Do the same with Tiger 72.
To move the Tiger 72 floater to the bottom layer go to the Controls:Adjuster palette (7)
and click on the Back button
the floaters by clicking on Effects/Orientation/Free Transform.
To make your adjustment click on one of the top or bottom corner
handles, hold down the Shift Key to constrain the proportions of the floater as you drag
towards the center of the floater.
When you are satisfied with the size click on Effects
The Commit Transform command returns the floater to its original
state with all changes in tact.
You should have something that looks like this (8).
the Objects:Floater List palette
should have two entries, Tiger 22 and
With the Floater Adjuster tool,
drag around both tigers to select them.
Bounding box’s will appear around both floaters in the painting and
both bars will become blue in the Objects:Floater
List palette (9).
To Group them click on the
Group button at the bottom.
Double click on the blue bar (it should now read Group1).
The Floater Attributes
dialog box will appear (10).
Type the word Tigers as
the new file name and click OK.
Click once on the painting background to deselect the grouped