However, I am not so keen on the other suggestions. For one thing, I hate apps that force me to choose among many limited function tools when one tool with modifier keys, double-clicks, or context sensitive behaviors will do the job faster (because it takes time to select a tool, do whatever it can do, & then select some other tool for the next operation).
This week we released new features that let you select multiple elements in the editor and group them together. By selecting and grouping different elements you can edit, copy, and delete them as one item.
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To add scatter items Forest can work in two modes: Generate or Custom Edit. In Generate mode, items are created randomly within the regions defined in the rollout according to the rules. The Custom Edit mode allow for a precise level of control, allowing you to edit and create individual items manually. A typical workflow might involve working between the two modes by creating an initial scatter of a large area of plants using Generate mode and then switching to Custom Edit to make final adjustm
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