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Placing a connection point in an electrical diagram.

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What is the best way to define and place a connection point in an electrical schematic
diagram? The type of connection point I refer to would be where 2 wires connect
together to form a tiepoint.
An absolutely awesome program.
Regards,
Ted S
2 REPLIES

Re: Placing a connection point in an electrical diagram.

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Ted,
Currently there is no way to place a connect point where two connectors
cross. A connect point is only at the beginning or the end of a connector.
On the ribbon bar you will see combo boxes for Start and End. This is the
terminator type. Change one to Dot and you will see the connection. What you
have to do for now is to place connectors that begin or end connected to
other connectors. I agree that this is somewhat cumbersome. We will be
looking to make enhancements in this area in future releases.
Regards,
Rick B.

Re: Placing a connection point in an electrical diagram.

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"Ricky Black" wrote:
>Ted,
>Currently there is no way to place a connect point where two connectors
>cross. A connect point is only at the beginning or the end of a connector.
>
>On the ribbon bar you will see combo boxes for Start and End. This is the
>
>terminator type. Change one to Dot and you will see the connection. What you
>
>have to do for now is to place connectors that begin or end connected to
>other connectors. I agree that this is somewhat cumbersome. We will be
>looking to make enhancements in this area in future releases.
>
>Regards,
>Rick B.
>
>


Thank you for your timely response Ricky. The team at SE are very supportive.
Regards,
Ted S.