I rather often end up in a situation where, if i split an error wire, the split away part is less important, or atleast secondary to the "Main" thread. Thus, when i merge error wires back, i need to wire the broken off part below the Main error, else i can hide or switch error codes, which happens all too easily. It is however a necessary evil right now.
Suggestion: Add a "Reverse error list" to the Merge errors where the bottom one is most important. I guess the merge errors technically does a build array and break at the first error found, so what this'd do is reverse the array.
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