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Vizlib Tiles has a Tile Editor to help you make layout changes to your tiles and apply them quickly (Figure 1). 


Figure 1: Tile Editor Example

Getting Started

To start using the Tile Editor, put your sheet into edit mode. You'll find the tile editor button in the bottom right of the edit screen (Figure 2). 

Figure 2: Tile Editor Button

  • Click the button to open the Tile Editor. You should see a block layout appear, with 3 tabs - Header, Body and Footer (Figure 3). In each tab, a block represents a measure from the property panel Data section, e.g. Title, Description, Image. 

Note on Zoom: Use the Zoom controls  to make the layout larger or smaller.


Figure 3: Tile Editor

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Changing the Tile Layout

  • To change the tile layout, use the cursor to drag and drop the measure to the location you want (Figure 4). In this example, we're moving Rank to the top right corner of the Body

Figure 4: Moving a Tile Layer

Note on Displaying Outside Tile Borders: Enable the Allow display out of bounds setting in the property panel (Figure 5) if you need to display a layer outside the tile border. You'll find it in Measure settings under the Position section, so for this example you'd find it in Rank

Figure 5: Allow Display Out of Bounds

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Applying Layout Changes

  • Click Apply to save your changes to the sheet. You can see Rank has moved from the top left to top right corner of the tile (Figure 6). 

Figure 6: Tile Edits Applied

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Kenneth is the author of this solution article.

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