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The cloning process is simple. Make sure you are in edit mode (builder, architect only) and you will see in the top right corner of the title area of a stage or theme a little action button palette with delete and clone action buttons. Simply click the clone button of the stage or theme you wish to clone and it will appear immediately right (stage) or below (theme) of its original source. See screenshots below for illustrative purposes.

Figure: The stage and them action buttons, visible when you are in edit mode.

Figure: The cloned stage appears to the immediate right of the original stage.

Figure: The cloned theme appears immediately below the original them.

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