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how does splitting work with the timeline?
A little unclear if splitting is supposed to respect time. SO in the example below, I initially cut the big blue part with the plane you see with the purple arrow. Initially those side tabs with the green arrows were added after the split, and were extruded inside the split. The client then asked those tabs to farther out, and so I edited the extrude (which is way below the split) and changed the length to what you see below. It made each tab a separate part (which I could successfully boolean back together). Now that all seems inconsistent, if the split doesn't respect the timeline, then the boolean should fail, and if it does respect the timeline then it should not have made separate parts. Unless I totally misunderstand the concept. Any ideas?