Placing a block is an easy task. Placing a lot of blocks can result in a lot clicking. With the 'Sow' command you can add as much blocks as you want with a few clicks. By setting the quantity you can set the amount of blocks you want to add. Then it's a matter of picking two points in your drawing. As soon as you pick the second point the command will start to pick random positions between those points and place a block on that position. To have an more equal spread you can define a distance. In that case all the blocks that are placed have that distance as a minimum between each other. This distance may also mean that the command cannot find enough positions to place the amount of blocks you specified. By default the command will group all the blocks that are placed.
- Applies to:
- Place blocks between two points
- field, forrest, place, sow, tree
- Inserters, randomisers
- No additional suitability information
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