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Different addition modes:
- 1 Placing standalone elements
- 2, 3 Placing patches
The standalone elements are perfect to represent trees, bushes or plants requiring a special attention. They are, once placed, represented by a small icon on the map.
- Select the tool 1.
- Select the resource to place (some resources have variants, it’s visible with a small icon on the right of the name).
- Click on the map to place the resource.
Patches are perfect to represent areas with many elements (e.g.: a patch of carrots, or a patch with both cucumbers and lettuce). They may contain one or many resources.
- Select one of the geometry tools 2.
- Select the first resources to add.
- Click on the map to define the patch boundaries.
- Switch to “Review” mode (the icon with a cursor shape).
- Click on the targeted patch. An information popup is displayed (you can move the map if it’s out of screen)
- Click on “Add resource”
- In the resources list, click on the resource you want to add