Q12576 : Definition of the two options under the heading of "Short-Circuit" when defining a path for a region of a terminal

Question
When defining a path for a region of a terminal, there are two options under the heading of "Short-Circuit" which has a subtitle "Conductor at it's". Starting Point yes/no, Ending Point yes/no. Could you please explain what these options represent?


Answer
If "Yes" (default value) is selected for Conductor at its Starting Point Short Circuit, then the starting point of the current region and the ending point of the previous region are connected electrically. Otherwise, an open circuit is introduced between the starting point of the current region and the ending point of the previous region. The same concept is applied for a conductor's Ending Point option.


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