I have used Corel, Illustrator & Affinity and every one of those has this capability. Please tell me that I am just asking wrong. Because I can't find the answer anywhere. How do you replicate or duplicate an object around a circle equally?
Your three posts to this thread have been hidden because a) they are wholly irrelevant to the original question, and b) they seem to include confidential data like order and serial numbers.
Looking at your posting history I see you have posted similar data several times and have always been told that you should not do this!
As a result, your access to these forums has been removed with immediate effect. I also see that you have previously been temporarily banned from the forums for similar behaviour. Regrettably, the ban must now become permanent.
I am so sorry, I never saw any answer before. That was a really rude remark from the moderator. You would think I am selling how to make a bomb. This software is not straightforward to get to know. When you are used to using Corel or Affinity you hope to have similar features.
Depending on what you are trying to accomplish, another way is to create a brush with the object and use that.
In the image, I used a couple of different brushes, one of them with footsteps. I used the freehand & brush tool to set the brush, then created a circle, made the fill transparent and thickened the line to make the footprints larger. In the second one with footprints, I just cloned it and changed the brush to a line with a different thickness.
However, wanted a specific number of objects in a circle or aligned to a circle. Say a circle with 10 footsteps, and when the circle is resized, the number of footsteps is not increased, but all sized up as well.
I will use @johnebaker suggestion for now. Is there a technically correct way to do this via align, or another tool or feature I am missing? Thanks.