Copy objects in-place a specific number of times.

Using the Count Mode, users can simply specify how many times an object should be duplicated, and whether resulting object copies should be created above or below the original object in the layer stack.

Create a grid from a selected object.

An object can also be copied into a grid using the Grid Mode. Users can specify how many rows and columns the grid should contain, as well as horizontal and vertical margins.

Grids are created by copying objects from left to right through a row, and then down into the next row. This can be flipped using the Grid flows down and across option, where grids will be created downwards through a column first, and then across into the next column from left to right.

Users can also specify if each new copied object should be placed above or below the previous object in the layer stack using the Duplicate downwards in layer stack option.

Finally, users can specify whether Randomill should take object strokes into consideration when calculating grid margins between objects by checking the Include stroke width in margin calculation checkbox.

Using the Duplication function with other functions enabled.

Please note: Any other enabled functions in Randomill will be executed on the newly created copies of the original object. For example, if Fill Color is enabled and set to the random mode, whatever object is selected will be copied, and then each one of those copies will have its fill color randomized.

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