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Hi,


I've been playing with shared canvases for a while but they don't seem to work as I want them to. What I would like to do is at _another layer_ link two objects together (let's call them "sites") with lines (let's call them "circuits").

If I lock the shared canvas I obviously cannot connect anything to them.

If I don't lock the shared canvas the lines are attached to the _shared_ canvas which isn't what I want at all.

THe problem I'm trying to circumvent is that there are various sites that come and go along with a variable number of circuits to each of them but they have to be same across all the canvases.... and no, copy-pasting isn't really an option. :)

Any thoughts?

Last edited by kajtzu; 2009-08-26 at 02:42 AM.. Reason: copy-paste
 
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