Vertical Design Problem - More Than One Target Line at Target Location

Avoiding ambiguity in a Vertical Design is an important factor. By ambiguity we mean having more than one possible solution to a problem at a source or target location.

In this example we have a single source line, but at the target location there are two alternative solutions. The Vertical Design system will throw warnings when these scenarios are encountered. Here are a couple of scenarios and how to solve them.

Scenario 1

Scenario 2

The video shows the problems and the solutions and a few other Tips and Tricks along the way

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