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Author:  arco [ 30 Mar 2017, 04:07 ]
Post subject:  Copy and paste of component

If I want to copy/paste a component in a schematic all goes well if I use the right mouse key and choose copy/paste from the menu.
The copied component is placed at the mouse cursor position.

But not so if I use Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V for copy/paste (works much faster and easier). Then the copy is not placed at the mouse postion, but op top of the original component...

Author:  Serg [ 30 Mar 2017, 08:26 ]
Post subject:  Re: Copy and paste of component

This specially did, to have two variants of pasting.

Author:  arco [ 30 Mar 2017, 08:49 ]
Post subject:  Re: Copy and paste of component

Serg wrote:
This specially did, to have two variants of pasting.

I don't see any use in stacking components on top of each other?...

Author:  Serg [ 31 Mar 2017, 04:51 ]
Post subject:  Re: Copy and paste of component

The pasting from menu is place the components near cursor position.
When work Ctrl+V, the cursor position may be in the outside of working field.
Therefore, in this way the components will be placed in one area.

Author:  arco [ 05 Apr 2017, 07:22 ]
Post subject:  Re: Copy and paste of component

Suggestion: Place component on mouse cursor if it's in the work area. Works fast and logical.
(piling-up 20 components is useless and you still have to drag them one-by-one with the mouse to the desired location; much more work)

Author:  Serg [ 07 Apr 2017, 02:40 ]
Post subject:  Re: Copy and paste of component

Thank you for offering. We will consider it.

Author:  namct [ 24 Jun 2017, 08:25 ]
Post subject:  Re: Copy and paste of component

What do you mean? You can right click on a component and pick copy. Then right click and pick paste component or paste component values. You need to right click a components name area in the inspector.

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