There are several ways to move an existing object, also depending on the window you are working in. Let’s start from the Layout window.
Select the object by clicking the left mouse button inside it: you can see that the object is highlighted and marked with blue balls (see next image).
If you click again inside it with the left mouse button you can start moving it all around the layout. Click again the left button to drop it in the new position.
Note that, while moving you can type in the offset and the angle (and press return when finished) in case you want to get rid of the mouse and provide a more accurate information.
Also, if you want to fix the movement of the object vertically or horizontally, press O keyboard button (as you may recall from the Layout chapter, while drawing or moving, O button allows you to enable/disable orthogonal mood).
A second way of moving objects while in layout is by clicking the right mouse button over one of the object lines, and select the command Move. In this case you enter the same (Move) mood you already saw when dragging the object from the library.
If you are in the Navigation window, you can move objects by clicking the right mouse button over the visible objects (any part of them) and select command Move. If you are not selecting the needed object, maybe the observer is currently out of the room. Step forward and enter the room (or change the point of view) and try again.
This article is valid for DomuS3D® 2017 and later versions