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Re: Perils... Conduits
Posted By: Tasukette, on host
Date: Tuesday, November 6, 2001, at 18:39:45
In Reply To: Re: Perils... Conduits posted by gremlinn on Monday, November 5, 2001, at 22:52:37:

> To connect two junctions at the same meridian (for example, M11W and M11E) across the inner parallel, you just have them point towards each other on your diagram. To connect them across the outer parallel, they point *away* from each other.

----Um... So you can't just have M 11W pointing to M 11 E, and have M 11E pointing elsewhere?

to connect junctions on the same parallel, you only need to have one point towards another, right?
(Thanks for the great directions, I'm beginning to understand!)

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