Originally Posted by warbonnetguy
yes, but like cf pointed out, a ridgeline on a bridge would be longer than the fabric of the hammock but still define the sag. it would also be possible to have a structural ridgeline on an end-gathered design that would be longer than the fabric also, the ridgeline would just have to be a couple feet higher. (farther up the support ropes).
Those are certainly valid points. Have a better-worded definition that encompases those exceptions?
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