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Different addition modes:

Modes ✓ v0.6.1image made with current version Modes
  • 1 Placing standalone elements
  • 2, 3 Placing patches

Add standalone elements

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.

  1. Select the tool 1.
  2. Select the resource to place (some resources have variants, it’s visible with a small icon on the right of the name).
  3. Click on the map to place the resource.
Placing a standalone element ⚠ v0.4.0image made with another version Placing a standalone element

Add a patch

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.

  1. Select one of the geometry tools 2.
  2. Select the first resources to add.
  3. Click on the map to define the patch boundaries.
Patch creation ⚠ v0.4.0image made with another version Patch creation

Add elements to a patch

  1. Switch to “Review” mode (the icon with a cursor shape).
  2. Click on the targeted patch. An information popup is displayed (you can move the map if it’s out of screen)
  3. Click on “Add resource”
  4. In the resources list, click on the resource you want to add
Adding resource to an existing patch ⚠ v0.4.0image made with another version Adding resource to an existing patch

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