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Prof. Rafael Dias

Subject: Join two or more WEAP models   
Posted: 12/3/2020 Viewed: 924 times
Hello, I'm wondering if there is a way to make a single WEAP Area out of a few separated models in an easy way (without drawing all the elements again). I have 4 small basins and need to link them to a major one, all in a single model if possible.
Thanks
Mr. Jack Sieber

Subject: Re: Join two or more WEAP models   
Posted: 12/3/2020 Viewed: 921 times
No, it is not currently possible to merge multiple WEAP areas into a single area.

Jack
Topic "Join two or more WEAP models"