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    Default Moment Connection "Pick Option"

    When setting up moment connections I don't know which side of a beam is start, and which one is end (when selected the end points both say "component end"). Instead of going into the property elements and guessing where the symbol will land at each beam it'd be nice to have an option appear at each end of a [selected] beam to add a moment frame or cantilever connection.

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    Default Re: Moment Connection "Pick Option"

    Ahh! Come on. Can't you remember the direction of every member in every project you have drawn.

    I agree. This would be a nice feature. Especially for the projects that are put on hold and you come back 2-3 months later to finish them.

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    Default Re: Moment Connection "Pick Option"

    I agree, this would be a great feature.

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