H. Trouble Shooting. Occasionally, you find that the program has not adjusted your map properly. The causes of these problems are relatively easy to correct. Here is a list of common issues.
1. Some Drawing Elements Aren't Adjusted. If you notice that some drawing element are no moving when the cave shots have moved, it probably indicates that the elements were placed on the wrong layer or aren't in any layer.
If an element of your drawing is placed in the wrong layer, the object may not be treated the way you expect to treated. For example, it move without being warped. Also, if the element is outside of all the layers, the program will not adjust the aspect of your drawing at all. In Inkscape, you can test what layer the object is in by selecting it and the looking at the Layer List. If part of your drawing is in the wrong layer, you can cut and paste the object back to the right layer. Click here for detailed information about the process.