You can access this tool from the following:
| Sets how the block's orientation is determined.
| Lets you define the first edge. Fill in the value
in the field.
The button lets you assign a new or existing variable to the edge value. You will see any existing variables in the drop-down along with options to create a new variable and a new expression. button indicates that a variable is already assigned to the value.
Note: You can remove a variable association by selecting the Remove Parametric Variables option in the element's reset pop-up (right-click) menu. This option is available for blocks that are placed with variable(s) assigned to the edges during placement. Select the element, right-click and select the below option. The variable(s) is disassociated from the element.
|Lets you define the second edge.
|Active Area — Solid or Hole.
|Active Fill Type — None (no fill), Opaque (filled with Active Color), or Outlined (filled with Fill Color).
|Sets the color and optional gradient with which the block is filled.
Note: In 3D, if the second data point is placed at a different depth than the first point, the block is rotated about the x-axis of the view such that the diagonal corner is placed at the second data point. In other words, the first data point defines the depth for one horizontal segment of the block and the second data point defines the depth for the opposite segment.