Plane Remove

Indicate how to remove a plane (or list of planes, previously selected with Plane->Select, when Global is pressed).


When the Scope is All, the plane and all its contents is removed. This is the default.

When the Scope is Container, the plane is removed but its contents (directions, atoms, bonds, orbitals, texts) is saved, linked to the plane parent.

When the Scope is Contents, the plane is preserved but all its contents (directions, atoms, bonds, orbitals, texts) is removed. Atomic planes are removed because they cannot live without the defining atoms.

When the Scope is direction, atom, bond, orbital or text, these objects are removed from the plane. When an atom used to define an atomic plane is removed, the plane is automatically removed.

When the removed plane was part of the current object, the current layer becomes the new current object.

Clicking the mouse over a plane in the current layer, its identification is transported to the dialog and Ok is automatically pressed. To recover the previous state press Undo.