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    donw commented  · 

    Thanks David. I guess I never tried copying a fixed load to another circuit that already had a fixed load. Didn't know it would override the original fixed load.

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    low effort to implement  ·  1 comment  ·  Design Master Wish List  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    donw commented  · 

    I understand this (and agree). It is like a copy, except it also allows for rotation. I would call it "Insert similar". My receptacle list is rather lengthy, and it would be nice to avoid going back to the insert receptacle menu just because I determine I need to insert another similar device later.

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    donw commented  · 

    With the advent of the 2012 IECC, tickmarks have gotten so complex (with daylight harvesting controls, etc.) that I've simply given up on them. My lighting plans now only have ticks on homeruns. I use notes to require unswitched conductors for em fixtures, etc.

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    donw commented  · 

    Particularly, the ability to handle tickmarks correctly when there are switches on the load side of relays and unswitched conductors supplying emergency lighting.

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