good question
not that i know of, but would be interested if it is possible

the ERC does show some of these things but apparently not
ports

for this reason i have made a habit of leaving the grid always on in SCH

for the occasions when that is inappropriate did you know that holding the
ctrl key will suspend the grid while say wiggling bits of things like text
about ?
(an interesting buglet here:
the coord display shows as if grid is on but the actual action is correct)

also i programmed ctrl-g to toggle the grid on and off this makes it
bit easier to stay on grid compared to having to paw through the menus

also the watch for the hot spot markers while drawing, this helps
monitor connectivity

ds


Jeff Condit wrote:
> 
> In Protel 99SE Schematic, a couple ports were positioned a few thousandths of an 
> inch away from a wire and hence made no connection.  This made the pins not get 
> included in the netlist.  The distance was too small to see in a quick visual check. 
>  Is there a way to quickly mark and find unconnected wire ends?
> 
> Jeff Condit

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