2D drawing question.
In Autosketch there was a feature called "Trim Subdivide" which allowed you to divide a single line into X number of lines. So if you had a line 3 units long and trim divided it by 3 you would end up with three lines one unit long, end to end. There would be no apparent change in the appearance of the single line, but one would be able to snap at uniform intervals along the line.
What I'm trying to do is a single row vertical array of 6 rectangles. I'm thinking I could use "Array" but I'd have to measure the area I want the array to fall within then do math to decide spacing of the objects etc. Seems easier to me to draw a straight line/curve, divide it by 5 then use end snap to locate copies of my rectangle along the line/curve.
So is there anything like trim subdivide in Rhino?