You can follow the path of an existing fiber. Click Route ▶ Follow Fiber and select the fiber you want to follow. Select a start port and an end port and continue following the fiber for as many ports as you like. To exit, right-click and select Exit ▶ Tool. You can also select the fiber first and then click Route ▶ Follow Fiber. The distance between the ports is maintained through the entire path of the fiber. If you choose to follow part of the path, the system follows the path until it finds the shortest distance between the fiber it is following and the connection point to the new port.... (Show more)(Show less)
"When you have multiple items selected and view them in the embedded
parameters, it is possible to see them highlighted in a secondary color in the graphics window. As you work in the embedded parameters you can easily identify in the graphics area, the item on which you are working. When working with a long list and editing a parameter, the list no longer refreshes forcing you to scroll back down to the selected item. The list stays stagnant so you can continue working on the parameters without the need to scroll."
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