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when designing east-west arrays, the default numbering of panels is like in below figure:


this type of nuberig results in a string diagram like below figure, which is not correct


the correct numbering of panels should be like this:


resulting in a string diagram like this, which is correct


Can i achieve this configuration without moving panels manually?

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Hi there,

you can change the sequence of modules or strings in Menu : Options - Module Configuration - Sorting - Sequence of modules - Course :  meander (instead of simpel) 

I hope that would be helpful. 


Best Regard


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Hello Mircea Balatescu

Thank you for your request and thank you for your response, @Sam.

For being able to number your configuration like you did show in this screenshot:

you should know about the selection of modules in the 3D environment first.
Instead of configuring all modules at once you could pre-select the rows you wish to configure separately by drawing selection, holding CTRL for adding to the selection and adding them to the configure dialogue via the context-menu:


(1) Right-click
(2) Configure the selected modules

By doing this preparation your automatic numbering should be more easy.

Kind regards

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