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|Single message by stuart1600 Topic: Changes in 219b|
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I'm sure the new facility to rotate background shapes along with templates is very useful to some people, but I'm sorry to have to say that I'm finding it very irritating. The notes on 2.19b changes seem to imply that this facility is "allowed", but I can't find any way of switching it off. You have to keep closing the question dialog box every time you want to move/rotate a group (even a group of a single template).
The background shapes I am using represent the constraints of the railway room (perimeter walls, central stairwell, and positions of roof supprt pillars), none of which are going to change. But it is useful to be able play around with different configurations of stations/FYs/etc within that space without having to keep cancelling an unnecessary dialog box.
If there is a "switch" somewhere that I have failed to find, or if this has already been dealt with under another thread, then my apologies for repeating it - can you point me in the right direction to the answer.
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