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Old   July 23, 2008, 12:39
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Is there an easy way of sequencing in Gridgen? If I created a domain with dimensions say 30X40, how can I modify this domain to exactly half the dimensions 15X20 without changing dimensions for each of the connectors.

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Old   July 24, 2008, 10:22
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In the Domains menu, there is a "Redimension Grids" function that will allow you to change the dimensions of a structured domain while keeping it balanced, i.e. it will change opposing connectors simultaneously.

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Old   July 24, 2008, 11:00
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Thanks Chris. I am aware of this option, I was hoping there was an easier way, something like pick all domains and redimension all the connectors of the respective domains at once.

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Old   July 25, 2008, 12:08
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I'm not sure quite what you're after ...

The function I mentioned to you previously will accomplish what your desire if all your domains/blocks are connected - you simply change the dimensioning of each of the IJ(K) directions and it will apply to all of the other domains/blocks.

If your domains/blocks are not connected or point matched at the interface, you can select all the connectors you want changed and redimension them collectively.

I could see how, for the later, that selection may tedious if there were a large number of entities in the display window. Perhaps a simple Glyph script could be written to allow you to enter the NxM values of the domain and apply this to all domains you have selected.

I suggest contacting support with your question to see what your options are.

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