On the Map view, click the Add Link tool in the GIS ribbon. Make sure the Vertex is selected in the Snapping tools.

Add link from a NasHyd to a RouteChannel

Your mouse cursor will be changed into a hand holding a cross. Move your mouse to a NasHyd that the link is started from. The object will flash red, when mouse is moved onto it.

When the red flashing disappears, left click the mouse. A red dot is shown on the NasHyd.

Move your mouse to the target RouteChannel that the link is connected to. The RouteChannel will flash red, when mouse is moved onto it.

When the red flashing disappears, left click the mouse. A link will be built between the NasHyd and the RouteChannel.

Add link from a NasHyd to a AddHyd

Click Add Link tool. Move your mouse to the RouteChannel. The RouteChannel will flash red, when mouse is moved onto it.

When the red flashing disappears, left click the mouse. A red dot is shown on the selected NasHyd. The objects that have link connected will disappear yellow dots.

Move your mouse to the target AddHyd that the link is connected to. The AddHyd will flash red, when mouse is moved onto it.

When the red flashing disappears, left click the mouse. A link will be built between the NasHyd and the AddHyd.

Finish the link connection

Use the same way to finish the link connection. The finished map should be displayed as below. Please follow the indicating numbers to add all links.

Delete the objects if you make a mistake

To delete object, make sure that the mouse is in the selection mode, where the mouse cursor will be a finger.

Select the object to be deleted.

Right click to open the context menu and select Delete.

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