I started with XS from Geopak, that is why I had to split a reach into two for A junction. I added a point on the end of the tributary reach and dropped it on the main reach. The program asked me if I want to split the main reach at that point. I said yes and supplied a new reach name for the new lower reach. There were 9 XS that were on the DS portion of the reach and should have been associated with the new reach, but only the furthest downstream XS was put on the new reach. IOW I have a reach now with only one DS XS with it, and all the others associated with the upstream reach (the reach line does not go thru those XS on the schematic plot window). I verified the reaches are where I want them using the find utility.
Is there a way to edit cross sections to asssociate them with a new reach?
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