The software does not support splitting the logical connection between a profile and a plate.
Click Select on the vertical toolbar.
Select Connections in the Locate Filter.
Select the logical connections that you want to invert.
The Edit Intersection ribbon appears. If all the selected logical connections have only one region, the region is automatically selected for the invert operation, a red circle appears at each region boundary, and a red arrow appears in the plane of each continuous system. If any of the logical connections have multiple regions, you can only modify their logical connection properties. Only Logical Connection Properties is available on the ribbon bar.
For each logical connection, the red arrow moves to the other system, which is now continuous for the region.
You can also right-click the logical connections in a graphic view or in the Workspace Explorer and click Invert from the short-cut menu.
The logical connections to be inverted simultaneously must have only one region. If any of the logical connections have multiple regions, the operation fails with an error message.
If needed, type a value for Offset. This value is applied to all selected logical connections.
Invert and Offset changes made to the logical connections are not visible in a graphic view until the systems have been detailed in the Structural Detailing task.