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duplicate an object does offset the duplicate?



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When 'Allow Option+click in-place duplication' is enabled, you can hold down the Option key (Alt on Windows?) + click on an object to Duplicate it in place. So it has the exact same effect as Command-D with 'Offset Duplications' disabled. Which is what @fuberator said



I personally like to have both 'Offset duplications' + 'Allow Option+click in-place duplication' enabled as per screen shot. With 'Offset duplications' enabled you can Option-click + drag an object to duplicate it + move it to a new location, then immediately Command-D to create a series of duplicates of that object at the same offset each time. So a bit like Move by Points Tool in Move + Duplicate Mode.

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