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How to like a curve and a circle

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Ok guys, for my next question, I need to know how to link a circle with a curve. 

 

I am rather proud of myself, I made the curve using 2 circles, cut them in the middle using Action > Break Curve and them linked them together using Action > Join Curves. 

However apparently that doesn't work when trying to join a circle with curves running through it. 

 

I need the top half to be blue and the bottom half to be red - 

 

Can I join the circle and the curves and color both halves a different color? Or do I need to make to top half and a bottom half and then fill them? 

 

Hints? 

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Disregard! Answered my own question. 

 

I broke the circle in half. Duplicated the curve and connected each of the curves to half of the circle. 

Clearly I just needed to write it out before it came to me. 

 

After 2 hours of trying to figure it out, I got it 15 seconds after posting to the forum. Sorry about that. 

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4 hours ago, edee said:

After 2 hours of trying to figure it out, I got it 15 seconds after posting to the forum. Sorry about that. 

Yeah! You should be sorry. That has never happened to anybody else - NOT!!! 9_9


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