I have a rectangle and I would like to divide it into a grid with one row and 14 collumns (this is a stair for a floor plan).

_divide (n = 15) (you can subselect the lower edge of the rectangle mac: cmd+shift+klick pc: ctrl +shift + klick)

result should be points that serve as construction

(subselect the left, smaller edge)

_arrayLinear n=15 , pick the distance of the construction points to specify the step-length

(EDIT: subselect: cmd+shift+klick pc: ctrl +shift + klick)

Thank you, I’ll try this!

SHIFT + Ctrl + click…

shift ctrl click also does not subselect…

You can actually do this without using Divide as well.

- Duplicate the leftmost vertical rectangle segment (various ways)
- Call ArrayCrv, select the duplicated segment as the object to array
- For the curve to array along, sub-select the bottom rectangle segment
- For the number of objects use the number of spaces you want plus one (i.e. for 14, use 15)
- Delete the first and last arrayed segments - the ones that are concurrent with the rectangle sides.