in curve objects
When you mirror changes in curve
objects, you edit nodes and have the same edits take place in reverse on
corresponding nodes. For example, you can move a node to the right, and its
corresponding node moves the same distance to the left.
To mirror changes, you must select two curve objects one of which was created by
mirroring the other, or a symmetrical object. Next, you need to choose
whether to mirror changes horizontally (along a vertical line of symmetry) or
vertically (along a horizontal line of symmetry). Finally, you need to select
the appropriate corresponding nodes so that editing changes are mirrored across
the selected objects.
Left: Two corresponding nodes are selected in mirrored curve objects. Right:
When the blue control handles are moved, the change is reflected in the
corresponding control handles (in red).
To mirror changes in curve objects
Pick tool , select mirrored curve objects or a symmetrical
property bar, click one of the following:
nodes horizontally button
— lets you edit corresponding nodes in objects that have been
nodes vertically button
lets you edit corresponding nodes in objects that have been
Shift, and select corresponding nodes on the left and right,
or top and bottom.
nodes on one side.
The changes occur in reverse on corresponding nodes on the other