Boolean Operations with Morphs

Three Boolean operations are available from the Design > Modify Morph menu (or the context menu of selected Morphs):
Note: You can also enable priority-based connections between Morphs and other elements. For information on how intersections (junctions) work among construction elements, including Morphs.
2.
Issue the Boolean Operations > Union command.
Note: If you have only selected one Morph, it is considered the operator. You are prompted to click another (Target) Morph with which to merge it.
2.
Issue the Boolean Operations > Subtract command (from the context menu) or Design > Modify Morph > Subtract.
Note: If your original selection contains any non-Solid Morphs, you are warned of this. You can either proceed anyway – this will leave the non-solid Morphs out of the operation – or ask to Show non-Solid Elements.
Note: If you try to click a target element that is not a Morph, the cursor changes to the “Do not Enter” sign and you get a warning to that effect.
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Issue the Boolean Operations > Intersect command (from the context menu) or Design > Modify Morph > Intersect.
Note: If you have only selected one Morph, that element is considered the operator. You are prompted to click another (Target) Morph with which to intersect it.
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