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brucemutton XTherion - Finding objects
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brucemutton [Joining scraps together] clarify
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     join scrap1 scrap2 [-count <number of passage (not line) joins for Therion to look for>]     join scrap1 scrap2 [-count <number of passage (not line) joins for Therion to look for>]
  
-Note that this works using passages defined by lines of "​wall"​ type (even if their "​-outline"​ is set to "​none"​). It does not join other types of line. It normally expects to find pairs of lines, one on each side of the passage. If there are multiple ​passages that need to be joined between pairs of scraps, you can normally use the "​-count"​ option to say how many possible passage joins Therion should search for.+The method can only join two scraps at a time.  ​Note that it only works using passages defined by lines of "​wall"​ type (even if their "​-outline"​ is set to "​none"​). It does not join other types of line. It normally expects to find pairs of lines, one on each side of the passage ​opening. If there are multiple ​places where the two scraps ​join, you can normally use the "​-count"​ option to say how many possible passage joins Therion should search for in the two scraps.
  
 **Manual line by line** **Manual line by line**
  
-From time to time the semi-automatic way does not work, or you want more refined control. ​ Then you should join each line to the other line (usually, but not only walls) or to a point. Every point on a line has a mark according its sequence from beginning of line (yellow tick). The first one has mark 0, next one 1, etc., last one is mark "​end"​. So the join command will be:\\+From time to time the semi-automatic way does not work, or you want more refined control. ​ Then you should join each line to the other line (usually, but not only walls) or to a point. ​If you have several objects to join at one point, then unlike the scrap by scrap join above, you should use one join statement to join them all (see bottom of this topic).  ​Every point on a line has a mark according its sequence from beginning of line (yellow tick). The first one has mark 0, next one 1, etc., last one is mark "​end"​. So the join command will be:\\
  
  
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