More about Equal Angle Patterns
The solution you obtain will be slightly different depending on whether
the junction:
 Is formed by bundle segment ends
Or,
 Is built on a branch point.
Junction Formed by Bundle Segment Ends
The angle between branches is computed as follows: 360°
/ (Total number of connected branches at junction).
Note: The fixed branch is counted as a branch.
Junction Built on a Branch Point
The proposed solution depends on whether or not the branch containing
the branch point is selected as the fixed branch.
 If the fixed branch is the branch containing
the branch point, the two bundle
segments making up this branch are positioned at an angle of 180°.
Branches on either side of the fixed branch are then arranged at equal angles with respect to each other.
Note: The fixed branch is not taken into account. The angle between
branches is computed as follows: 180°
/ (Total number of connected branches on one side of the fixed branch + 1).
 If the fixed branch is not the branch containing
the branch point, the
branch containing the branch point is split into two at the branch point. A message informs the user who must confirm
the action. The junction is then arranged like a junction formed by bundle segment ends.
Note: The branch cannot be split if wrapped by a protective covering.
