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    Bryant commented  · 

    This could be tied in with the other wish list of have multiple sub-feed breakers.

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    high effort to implement  ·  1 comment  ·  Design Master Wish List » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Bryant commented  · 

    I wonder if there is a way to easily tap into autocads spell checker?

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    Bryant commented  · 

    Please address a subfeed breaker that might take 4 or 6 circuit locations on the 42 circuit panel. This could be a sub-feed breaker or a feed-thru lug using that space.

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    Bryant commented  · 

    If it more than 1 circuit, why not create a panel one-line device and put all the loads you want on it by circuiting them to breakers. Then create a panel view block for panels that is not to scale and is something like a breaker disconnect or just a disconnect. You would have to wire it using the one-line device and not circuiting. Most of the time I just use a CU-1A and a CU-1B and make them both disconnects and be done with it for items like the Mitsubishi City-Multi.

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    high effort to implement  ·  10 comments  ·  Design Master Wish List » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Bryant commented  · 

    Why not just use dimscale and then a device scale over-ride multiplier of the dimscale when placing a device on the drawing or querying the device? Not sure how using the alignment point would help as that would be the same as the way I do it now with a seperate drawing using a different dimscale. It does help, but you still can only put a receptacle in once and circuit it once.

    Bryant commented  · 

    I agree with Corinne, this is a big pain when working on site drawings that have detail views of the same devices. Many times we copy the completed model space to a sheet manually circuiting everything at the proper scale. Other times we create a seperate drawing in the same folder with a different dimscale. However, either way makes one of them not be in sync with intelligence.

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    Bryant commented  · 

    With the new Beta version having triangle, Square, and Hex numbers for the feeder, it would be nice to use those blocks and numbering sequence for a generic key, reference, general note scheduler. That way I don't have to use the LV and create a block for each number like I do now.

    Bryant commented  · 

    I have a key note, reference note, and general note already set up in designmaster. It is done through the LV schedules. I create a block for the notes 1-20 using a triangle and hex with the number. I just place the schedule with all devices if it is general notes and then the placed device if it is keynotes. I rearrange the schedule to show only the note number and the note with title. I guess the only thing I wish would be that it was able to have a selection list of symbols such as circle, box, triangle, and hex that I could associate with the schedule and it would automatically increment the numbers in them.

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    Bryant commented  · 

    @Solomon. That is a nice idea and shows how easy it should be to create this feature. It reminds me of the one-line where you can add a break point in the middle or end. When you select the added loop, you can see there is multiple movable points, so why not make one of those points a dummy switch and allow us to move it or add another one if needed?

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    Bryant commented  · 

    OK, that is crazy... I always thought that meant to "insert a circuit" as in you want to circuit something. Never saw it as adding a space maybe insert space would have been clearer to me; will have to try that next time. Maybe I should change my statement and ask now for a "delete space". As I just tried it and the only way I could get that space to go away was to do a compress circuit, which moved all my circuit up. I usually use the bottom circuit for my surge protective device and when I do compress circuit it moves it up. Would much rather just delete the space that I want to delete.

    Bryant commented  · 

    That would be a nice feature, but right now it is only an invconvenience. I am suprised nobody has added the insert feature request. Nothing worse than having the need to insert a two pole breaker in space 2,4 when the only space I have is in 38,40 and I want to keep the largest pole on top and work my way down to single poles at the bottom.

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    Bryant commented  · 

    I assume you mean copy and paste a whole room or floor with one-line devices included.

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