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I have been searching for this answer for a while, but haven't understood how to master exactly what I want.
Currently, I am working on a project on Inkscape where I have created an odd shape by connecting the top nodes of two circles together and repeating the process to the bottom nodes (to form a container shape.) I have also created an arrangement of objects that I would like to organically scatter throughout the shape, without overlapping, creating a grid look and filling the curved ends as well. I have read that using the "randomizing centres..." button in the "Align and Distribute" tab, will sprinkle my objects, and finishing it off with the "Unclump" button will prevent the overlapping. However, I cannot seem to spread it within my chosen shape.
Is there a way to perform this task so the assortment of objects will actually fill the shape itself?