I didn't know about that method.
I would have done it manually, by selecting one of the maps,
duplicate it, ungroup the duplicant, deselect the map border, and delete unnecessary parts, without moving it any bit.
Then, draw a rectangle big enough to go over the bounding box of each group's bounding box, when aligned to the top right of the map borders.
After drawing it, duplicate and use the align and distribute panel -Shift+Ctrl+A- to put it top, right next to the duplicated map border.
Then, group it with the original grouped map part, and delete the duplicated border.
Then would do the exact same with the other group, using the previously drawn rectangle.
So after it all the align and distribute panel could be used on each map group, to place them in accurate position.
microUgly wrote:People who figure things out for themselves will be far better at their craft than people who are told how or have someone else do the work for them.