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James Chipman

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  1. Please disregard the previous topic with the same name, in fact, could someone please delete it? This is the real question. As I am sort of new to ConCad, this may be a normal thing and I'm just paranoid. I am finding that almost all of the objects on my schematic layer are being duplicated in place at least twice, needlessly bloating my drawing. When I look at the device report it only shows a single device, but on the actual drawing, there can be as many as 4 copies of the same device on top of each other. Is this a thing? Does it have a relationship to Layer options? Going back to previous saves, it seems like when I created another layer, it just copied a bunch of stuff and dropped it on top of itself. I'm really confused.
  2. Hello all, Does anyone know how to expand the number of blocks on a din rail terminal? I have to draw a 150 port din rail, and the only way I have found is to draw 3 48 block units then go into each separate block and change the name. TB.02.1-48 creates fine, but I can't create anything bigger. I can create TB.02.1-48 again under that, but then have to go into each block and re-label it. conductor Also, anyone have a suggestion on documenting a 3 conductor wire into a DIN terminal? I would like to show all three wires on the block. As well, any good ideas on how to make an internal jumper on the output side of a block? ie. jump TB.02.27 to TB.02.29 on the output side? Thanks for any assistance Chippy
  3. Hello all, Does anyone know how to expand the number of blocks on a din rail terminal? I have to draw a 150 port din rail, and the only way I have found is to draw 3 48 block units then go into each separate block and change the name. TB.02.1-48 creates fine, but I can't create anything bigger. I can create TB.02.1-48 again under that, but then have to go into each block and re-label it. conductor Also, anyone have a suggestion on documenting a 3 conductor wire into a DIN terminal? I would like to show all three wires on the block. As well, any good ideas on how to make an internal jumper on the output side of a block? ie. jump TB.02.27 to TB.02.29 on the output side? Thanks for any assistance Chippy
  4. Hi all, Just starting to get into ConnectCad. Been a user of VWX for years. Does anyone know a way of increasing the number of socket definitions in the device builder? I could just build a custom device, but I would like to share them with the community if possible. If I spend the time to create a device with more than 12 types of sockets, I'd like to spare someone the time to do it over again. Any thoughts?

 

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