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How do I move my block diagram code into sequence structures without breaking all the lines?

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How do I move my block diagram code into sequence structures without breaking all the lines? I have a small bit of code that needs to be execute at the very end of a loop, but if I try to move the contents of my loop into a sequence structure all the lines break... and I would rather not have to rewire EVERYTHING again.
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You could just draw the sequence structure around the code.  That wil autocreate the tunnels for you.


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Thanks, that works. Also, is there a way to say, select an object or wire on the block diagram, and delete everything that is connected to it?

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You can triple-click a wire to select all of the branches, then delete it, but that won't select all of the things it's connected to.  

 

You can also select object(s), right-click, then select "Remove and rewire".

 

Not 100% sure that covers what you were asking to do though.  Your wording seems a bit ambiguous.

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