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Old   January 10, 2014, 08:52
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hi

is there any posibility to split two crossing (intersecting) connectors exactly at the intersecting point?

i am using PW 17

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Old   January 13, 2014, 10:54
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Yup. There's a Pointwise script to do just that:

https://github.com/pointwise/ConSplitAtIsect

If you don't want to use git to pull the code, there's a Download ZIP button on the right side of the above page.

I use it regularly. Works exactly as advertised.

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hi

is there any posibility to split two crossing (intersecting) connectors exactly at the intersecting point?

i am using PW 17

Thx!
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