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    Eplan 2.7 Cross Reference problem

    Hello everyone, I have been using eplan for a long time, but I have one problem that I cannot overcome.
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    Not to put cross references on a terminal on the other side.
    If I do it according to the device, that's ok.
    But if I work towards the terminal, then it doesn't go through.
    Under number 2 I know what to do.
    And the problem is number one.
    I can't get cross references before the terminal.
    This is an example pictured as I have seen in other projects.
    Excuse me for my bad English, and thanks for the help.

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    Re: Eplan 2.7 Cross Reference problem

    The issue is unclear; do you want to cross reference what's after the terminal block, toward K2? If not, the cross reference labels look correct because you have defined a mounting location (F100) for K2, and no mounting location for X2. On the other hand, if what you meant was just to reference what is on the right side of the terminal blocks, it all depends on how you defined the component in the macro that represents K2; if the device pins on the inner side of the terminal are outside the device box, it will not actually show any reference after the terminal block. Click on the "i" key to check the insertion point of that box, and make it visible to see what's inside it.
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