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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Maybe Im missing somethign but I would like to be able to show electical feeds to tracks, and not just the position of dedicated track feed elements but I'd like to show if/where joiners are insulated and where electical circuiots are actualy attached to trreacks. Maybe these are hand soldered or maybe I'm using a powered track joiner as in the case of Unitrack. I'd like to be able to label these attachments with a circuit number/name and have this treated more intelligently than just a text label (e.g. show the block/DCC booster that the attachment belongs to). The goal is not to degenerate into an ECAD tool, there are better tools to use there, but some basic capabilities would help.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I would love the ability to show electrical/signal blocks on the track plan. Today this could be done by selecting all the pieces in one block and grouping them, maybe coloring them etc., but this gets cumbersome very fast. Ultimately the software should know where electical insualtors and feeds are. it could know whether a block is defined by an isolator on only one rail or both (for DCC, and in which case usually complain about a single insulator) and automatically divide the track into blocks based on the location of insulated joiners.

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