Every block in a drawing has a rotation. With the property palette it's easy to give all blocks the same rotation, just enter a value at rotation. With 'Rotate Random' you can do the opposite. You can make a selection of blocks of which you want to change the rotation. In the main menu of the command you can specify how the blocks should be rotated. By default the command will use the min and max method. With this method you can define a minimum and a maximum. By default the minimum is 0.0 degrees and the maximum 360 degrees, a full circle. For every block the command will randomly pick a value between these two values and will apply it to the block. You can also use the list method. In that case you can define a list of values. The command will pick a value randomly from that list and apply it to the block. So with a few clicks you can randomise the rotation of your blocks.
- Applies to:
- Apply a random rotation to selected blocks
- random, rotate, rotation, angle, vertex
- Blocks, randomisers
- No additional suitability information
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- Added option of relative rotation so you can rotate blocks relative to the current rotation of the block.