11 Replies Latest reply on Oct 18, 2017 10:27 AM by Chris Craighill

    Break lines at intersection points?

    Qi Lu



      If two lines geometrically cross each other but do not logically form an intersection point, is there a way to force the intersection upon them? I figured out a rather cumbersome way for the example in the image:


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      1. split the horizontal line and remove the middle short section which cross the V line

      2. Now the H line becomes two unconnected parts, one at the left of V line, another at the right of H line.

      3. Use extend tool to extend the left and right H line to the continuous V line, so now the H line is has left and right parts connected at their intersection with the V line.

      4. repeat (1)-(3) for V line.


      But is there a single step method to do this?