When you go to place the wire, use Shift + Right-click to bring up the Osnap menu. Choose 'None' and then you should be able to place the wire with no snap marker involvement.
That’s just for ACAD Osnaps, right. Does that disable terminal snaps?
I tried setting it to "None" but that didn't seem to help.
My block has the attribute “TERM04” and sometimes I don’t want to snap to it...
No I was not using a secondary catalog, but on 3 of the occasions I did modify the table headings (changed names of the USER1-USER5 columns) shortly before the freeze. This last freeze occured with a virgin database. I opened up a drawing with components in place already and then tried to do a lookup. The components at the time were not in the catalog so I was doing a lookup so I could be able to add them. It has happened 5 times now on two seperate machines. Has to be some kind of user error but we aren't sure what.
That's sounds pretty much like what I did.
I incorrectly modified the catalog and when I went to use the "Look Up" function it gave me an error saying my catalog didn't have the appropriate categories filled out. Which was true, I had blank information in some of the columns that require something and I also modified the headings.
So then I reverted back to an unmodified catalog and then it started freezing on me.
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