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Joe_Carrick

Annoying Wall Connection Circles

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I'm finding that in many cases I get those blasted indicators that I have unconnected walls.  This can happen when walls are too close together or when one wall is superimposed on another and the ends are too close together.

 

How, you ask can 2 walls be superimposed?  Simple, just make one of them No Room Definition and move together.  Maybe that's not something most users would do, but there are cases where it can be very effective.

 

Maybe the gurus at CA can figure out a way to avoid these annoying indicators or let us turn them off. 

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OK, I see that I can turn them off in Preferences.  But there should be a way to make it work without being so annoying.

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Joe....What is needed is to be able to turn them off on a individual basics. In the case you mentioned you would want to turn it off, but yet it might be nice to have it on encase something would be done that you would want to see the problem. At that point you then could have the option to fix it or turn off the highlighted circle for that instance.

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Larry,  I totally agree with you.  An Edit Button to disable on an individual case basis.  I'm not sure how that would be programmed, but it would be nice if they could do it.

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Yes, I'm no programmer that's for sure. The way my mind works (thinks), it would still "be there", it just would not be displayed. That's an easy programing issue---right"  :unsure:  :)  

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You don't want to turn them off individually because then you won't know what's turned-off and won't be able to turn them on again.  Much better to be able to turn-off for selected wall-types or similar, and include under 'display options', me thinks.  Anyway, I agree they can be annoying, so having some means to turn on/off selectively would be an improvement.

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