|This task shows you how to fix -
or rejoin - routables in which segments have become separated. In the
illustration below the dotted line - the broken routable indicator - shows
that a run has become separated at that point.
You can re-join the run in one of several ways, depending on the nature of the break and your requirements. The methods are as follows:
|1.||Bring up the Definition dialog box for the run, then place the mouse pointer over the broken routable indicator and click the right mouse button. This will display a pop-up menu. Click Create Segment.|
|2.||Bring up the Definition dialog box, then drag one of the segment handles to re-join the run.|
|3.||Bring up the Definition dialog box. An arrow
will display at each end of the broken routable indicator. Drag one of the
arrows (depending on circumstances) to re-join the run. In the
illustration below, one segment of the run has been moved to connect to the
portion of the run still connected to the pump.
|4.||In certain cases you will see the Auto Route
option beneath the Create Segment option in the pop-up menu (See Step 1).
This happens when a segment connecting two parallel routables (which are on
different X-Y planes) is broken.