This discussion follows on from Part 1. Read that post to get up to speed.
Aimed at the same audience as for Part 1. Read that post etc., etc.
I think this caution is worth repeating (just in case you decide to skip reading Part 1).
It should go without saying that any changes that are made to an AI2 project using methods that are not provided by the tools available must be done with extreme care, with the understanding that the results could be a mess. So make sure there are backups – and backups of backups – and check, double-check and triple-check any work before submitting the results to AI2 using the feature to import .aia files. Continue reading