The layout of the screen, basic element or table cell can be set in the style inspector or style bar.



It defines how the element's content is arranged and reacts if the element is resized. Four different layout modes exist in Antetype.

In addition, you can set the horizontal and vertical alignment to left, center or right and top, center or bottom.

Free

The nested elements can be moved freely on the canvas or you can set the desired value in the style inspector.






Stacked

The elements are layered above each other. You can change the z-index by drag and drop in the screen inspector or by pressing the Front/Back buttons in the toolbar.





Horizontal Flow

The elements are floated side-by-side. You can change the position by drag and drop in the screen inspector or by pressing the Front/Back buttons in the toolbar.





Vertical Flow

The elements are floated one below the other. You can change the position by drag and drop in the screen inspector or by pressing the Front/Back buttons in the toolbar.




Wrap Cells

If wrapping is enabled, the elements that don't fit in on row or column, move to the next row or column. Wrapping is only available in horizontal or vertical flow layout.