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Wow! I have been using nXt for a while now and today I just realized that I also have the Image and Tree Editor.  I know I have read about the image editor before but never took the time to look into it. I messed around with it a little this morning and both of these are great tools!  Thanks guys for including these programs with nXt.

Any suggestions on how to make bushes in the tree editor? I noticed the default units in the Tree Editor are in meters.  Can this be changed to foot/inch? When I create a tree and place it into my cad file, will it be placed identical each time? Or will it be placed (look) different each time I click?

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When I create a tree and place it into my cad file, will it be placed identical each time? Or will it be placed (look) different each time I click?
Using this help randomize the tress/plants.

Any suggestions on how to make bushes in the tree editor? Open an existing small plant/tress and start messing round with the variables. You are bound to get a hand of it that way. Here is some of mine.
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