Yes, I think your point is clear, but we obviously get along quite well
without making this mistake.

Even if they were not connected by the inclusion of the net name, the name
placed in that location is unclear as to which wire it references.


Tony



> Now about the net label placed on top of two wires...
> I saw that the net label has kind of a ref. point.
> Obviously when this point touches the wire it assigns
> this name to the wire. It seemed to me but now I'm
> sure this ref. point acts as a junction if placed on
> top of two wires, which are crossed but not really
> connected.
>
>    |netlabel3
> ---o---
>    |
>
> If you place the net label at the point where "o" is,
> you'll get them connected no matter that there is no
> junction at all. Do you understand me?
> There is no indication to which wire this label
> belongs to. Wire itself does not show anything either.
> I can pay attention on this but I may not avoid
> mistakes of that kind.
>
> Mira
>
>

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