The link image links or unlinks the width(W) and the height (H) of an element that is selected.
The other one is the position relative to the stage.
A little extra on Maries explaination....
The link operates the same as other (graphic) applications:
- when w and h are linked, it constrains the proportion, no matter which dimension is altered.
- when unlinked, altering either dimension is independant from the other.
Relative Markers (four squares: top left, top right, bottom left, bottom right) dictate element position relative to
- Stage (Global): measured from the assigned X/Y coordinates (px/%)
- Container (Applied): measured from the assigned L (left) /T (top) values (px/%)
So your sample screenshot says (roughly)
- Position realtive to the R (Right) at 575 px and B (Bottom) at 7376 px of the cantainer element.
- Both Position/Size units is px, so that says movement will be fixed/static (non-fliud).