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Shifting a space (coordinate plane) means simply exploration area shifting. The space dimension variables' min and max value are decreased in case you move it right and increased when moved left.

This feature can be disabled for each of the dimensions separately by locking the appropriate variables through the Space dialog box.

There are two ways to shift an exploration area:

  1. To drag a space windows background with your Left mouse button.
  2. To set the required range for the spaces dimension variables through the Space dialog box.

See also how you can zoom a space.


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