When you want to make the entities in your drawing more vivid you can use 'Layer Random'. First you will have to select the entities in your drawing which you want to place on a random layer. When you confirm that selection you will have to make another selection of entities. That selection will be used to create a palette of layers. When you confirm that selection all the entities in the first selection will be placed on a layer randomly picked from the palette of layers you created. Although the layer is picked randomly you can influence the result. If you select four entities on layers 'hatch-a', 'hatch-b', 'hatch-c' and 'hatch-d' about a quarter of the entities will be placed on one of those layers. If you select four entities on layers 'hatch-a', 'hatch-b', 'hatch-c' and 'hatch-c' about half of the entities will be place on layer 'hatch-c'. So besides layers you also define a ratio by creating a palette.
- Applies to:
- Place selected entities on a layer randomly selected from a predefined selection
- color, layer, random
- Color, randomisers
- No additional suitability information
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