<snip>
> The other way I tried was placing multiple pins *on top of one another* in
> the schematic part to match 4 different designated pads in the pcb part.
It
> worked, but not as well. As a junction was always placed at the pin end
> (auto-junction was on) even if only one wire was connecting to it. Looked
a
> bit ugly, not the way to go.
>
> Hope this helps.
>
> Tom.

I agree that the junction is not especially pretty. Having said that, it
does provide a visual reminder that the wire is connected to more than one
pin (which would not otherwise be obvious).

Regards,
Geoff Harland.
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