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If you also create a start arrow and adjust its size, you'll see it is at the overlapping point
It does work by joining instead of merging(after setting a start arrow)
My guess is that the merging operation is not the same as joining two curves


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I would kind of expect this in a way, it was 2 lines with an arrow at the end of each.

When joining the curves it should probably be auto updating where the arrow is, since it is now only one line set to have an arrow at the end, which is what clicking on "Place arrow at the end of the line" seems to force it to do.


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15 hours ago, Jon P said:

I would kind of expect this in a way, it was 2 lines with an arrow at the end of each.

Not what I expected. ;) I mean, both ends appear to move outside the box, but only the upper one remains visible, so ... ? Not a big thing though. Not every experiment I do in the Beta period makes sense or is done in daily routine, but at least is interesting how the software behaves on certain scenarios.

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