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I have a triangular icon I need to be used as a background image. The triangles line up together right-side up, upside-down, etc. in rows.

The background may need to be adjusted dynamically, so I'd like to know how to grow it in any direction without tedious copy+paste (which might also lead to imperfections), Is this possible?

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Alright, found what I was looking for. 'Create tiled clones'. Could have used that 1.5 hours ago, though. :/ – Hamster Mar 17 '11 at 0:55
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Post that as an answer and accept it – random Mar 23 '11 at 23:07
    
I have added it as a Community Wiki answer so that the question isn't sitting without an answer. @Hamster, if by some miracle you read this and you wish to answer this yourself, please do so and I will remove the CW one. :-) – Robotnik Nov 9 '15 at 22:54

The OP's answer, posted originally as a comment:


Alright, found what I was looking for. 'Create tiled clones'. Could have used that 1.5 hours ago, though.

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