About-Path-Arrays

About Path Arrays

About Path Arrays

In path arrays, items are evenly distributed along a path or a portion of a path.

A path can be a line, polyline, 3D polyline, spline, helix, arc, circle, or ellipse.

Array Item Distribution

The distribution of items along the path can be measured or divided.

  • Measure. The spacing between the items does not change, even when the path is edited. If the
    path is edited and becomes too short to display all objects, the number of items is
    automatically adjusted.

  • Divide. A specified number of objects are spaced evenly along the entire length of the path.
    When the array is associative, the spacing between the objects automatically adjusts
    as the length of the path changes.

Path Array Editing

The Path Array context menu offers a full range of settings for making adjustments
to the spacing, number of items, and levels in the array.

You can also use the grips on a selected path array to change the array configuration.

When you hover over the square base grip, a menu of options provides choices. For
example, you can select Row Count, and then drag to add more rows to the array.

If you drag the triangular grip, you can change the number of items arrayed along
the path.

The types of grips differ, depending on the array distribution method.

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