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    Question Is that possible to use 3rd layer to boolean layer one and layer two?

    Is that possible to use 3rd layer to boolean two layers?

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    Yes but the second layer will inherit unwanted geo. Like you won't necessarily get a subtract on the mid lsyer.

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    Yeah, I probably wouldn't try that. Third layer can boolean first or second layer one at a time well enough. But trying to do two layers at once is probably asking for trouble.

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    How would we want that to operate? --Pretty straightforward, I guess, just as if we'd done each layer separately? Or something more subtle?
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