Note that when you work on walls, each time you drag&drop a tile over a wall you create a new strip on it. Basically you create a sort of dynamic panel by adding, strip by strip, sections to the panel. Of course you have all the control you need in order to change the panel configuration anytime. We will see how in the next few paragraphs.
Open the Navigation window, and select the Coverings section in the Components window.
Search the tile you want to apply on the walls. Before dragging the tile, check the tiles control panel in order to:
1. Set the operation mood on the walls button (A)
2. Set the grout value and color you need for the walls
3. Specify the number of tile-lines you want in the strip (B)
4. In (C) you are telling the Application that you want to create a new
strip (rather than applying the tile to an existing one)
5. Set the destination to Current room (D)
Now the Application knows the way you want to apply the tile, so you can click the left mouse button over the tile image, drag&drop it over the wall (doesn’t matter which wall, as you are covering Current room, that’s to say all walls).
You should now see the tile applied on the first strip of the wall. Note that we have rotated the tile by 90° (as its image is vertical, and we want it laid horizontally), and we have applied 3 lines (tile) in the new strip (which is the first one).
Now you can try to select a listello: in the next image you see that we have selected a new size (34x2,5) changed the rotation to 0 (as the listello image is horizontal) and number of rows = 1:
This article is valid for DomuS3D® 2017 and later versions