i've been working through your suggestions in this post, i'm using what looks like the same 4point terminal in the example picture where all 4 connections are jumpered internally, so i edited the terminal to be 4 levels with 1 wire connection point on each level (I then copied that block property to every terminal on the list, so they're all the same). I've been associating terminals and keeping each to a max of 4 connections on my own (even though it allows 8) Some terminals are showing up as highlighted yellow and i cannot find anywhere what that means...
In short terms, I have schematics where the common power wires may have wires connected via DOTs on a ladder bus, and the same wire # used on single terminals for devices elsewhere in the schematics. I don't care which levels the wires are connected to or which terminals are sharing which wires, i just want a total count for how many termination points i have for each given wire number and be able to set up the terminal block layout based on that requirement.
one other question as well, when i have it working correctly, i then have the correct layout with the exact number of terminals i want, but i'm not sure how to get that list of terminals on the layout exported to a CSV file. When i run a schematic report, it shows every listing of each terminal, without taking into account the association i've done in the TSE...
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