Cannot figure this out, manual shows that I should be able to 'ground' body to lock in some way, but having something continue to highlight when I cursor over it is distracting when I desire it to just be a 'guide' as a wall while I build components next to it.
Kevin - what would be nice is if there was a LOCK button the way you can LOCK a LAYER in Photoshop. Once it's locked, you can't select, move, scale, etc. a body.
nf - Another thing that might be helpful (or might not be) is that you can't accidentally select or change a body which is turned off (e.g., not visible, and the lightbulb next to the body name is white). (Of course, if it's not visible you can't use it as a reference, but maybe you can make a temporary reference, like a rectangle you can later delete to mark a plane?)
Also, Kevin, maybe my eyesight is bad but I have a hard time distinguishing between the yellow lightbulb (indicating a body is visible) versus the white lightbulb (body is not visible). Suggestion: Maybe making the white lightbulb light gray?