Objects can be easily moved in all directions while navigating the scene.
If you click the right mouse button over an object when you are in Navigation window, you can select the new Move 3D command in order to open the interactive 3D Move Control, also called Gizmo.
In the next image you can see the interactive control for 3D Move.
The interactive control is made of 3 axes (called Gizmo axes), one for each direction in space (X, Y, Z). If you click one of the axes with the left mouse button, and you start dragging, you can see that the object will move following the direction made by the axis.
If you use just the mouse, you can move the object very quickly, but the destination position may be less accurate.
Indeed, if you want to be more accurate you can refer to the Position window (available top-left of the screen while you are in the Gizmo mode), where you can specify the correct position in space of the element.
Here you can specify the exact coordinate in space of the object, as X, Y and Z refer to the absolute coordinates in the project space.
Instead of dragging the object through the Gizmo axes, you can also click the left mouse button over the Gizmo planes; doing so, you will lock the object to the plane you have selected. The active Gizmo plane is reference by the yellow color, as you can see in the images on the left.
If you want to exit from Gizmo mode, you can click the right mouse button again, or press the ESC keyboard button.
This article is valid for DomuS3D® 2017 and later versions