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Why does SOLIDWORKS turn on visibility for ALL the connection points in an assembly after inserting a fitting?

Question asked by Geoff Allard on Apr 10, 2019
Latest reply on Apr 29, 2019 by Geoff Allard

Whenever I am creating a route, upon inserting a fitting SOLIDWORKS for some reason turns visibility on for every single connection point in the assembly, making it difficult to see things. It's annoying that I have to turn the visibility off for these repeatedly while creating routes. Before and after pics to illustrate:


First screensnip, I have a conduit run with a "L" fitting. Connection point visibility is off. I will extend the the conduit and add a "tee" fitting.



After adding the aforementioned "tee" fitting, my screen now looks like this (all connection points from all subassemblies/routes are suddenly visible):



I do not wish to see these and have to keep turning them off. They just get in the way. Any thoughts? Thanks.