Is there anyway to have one pipe go over or under another, so as to avoid having to make long round-a-bout journeys?


Pipes can cross at right angles, just drag the path of one over others. They cannot turn while crossing over others though, so there must be a free space after the crossing.

In the below exaggerated mess, the bottom end, for example, cannot go to where the cursor is without some ripping up of the existing pipes.

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    Not sure why this wasn't working for me before. I must have been trying to cross over a stair case shaped pipe. I'm too tired for this. Thanks. – Kevin Jan 8 '12 at 5:28
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    Don't forget, a track cannot cross itself, regardless of what angle they meet at. – Ronan Jan 8 '12 at 11:09

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