I'm doing a schematic for this in OrCAD capture CIS. In laying out my schematic I need to draw one wire going through another wire, but not necessarily intersecting with it via a node. When I drag a wire through it it automatically creates a node there at the intersection. Is there a way to draw these two wires overlapping but without a node?
I was looking for an answer to remove a junction and found http://www-3.unipv.it/ele1/pspice/pspice91/capqrc.pdf where shift key is used in various operations.So I gave it a shot:)
- Click on a junction icon in toolbar (two lines normal to each other).
- Hold shift and click on a junction.
- Junction is gone/deleted.
If Orcad makes a connection between two crossing wires it puts a little dot there so you know. They call it a junction I think, so if you don't see the dot you should be ok. If you want to make them connect there is a button to add a junction. It's in your standard tool bar, looks like a cross with a red dot in the middle. You can click that then use that tool to click on sections of wire that overlap or cross over and it will create a junction or connection for you.
Hope that helps some. You can always do a netlist check to see what's really happening.