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I apologize in advance for what must certainly be a basic question, but how in the world do you turn on the "bubble" to push and shove traces? I was battling a via that I couldn't delete (finally fixed that), but somewhere in the process I turned off push and shove and I'd like to get it back. I can see that bubble is off because 1) I'm stepping all over my other traces when I try to shove a trace and 2) while I'm in the process of moving the trace I can see that it's off in the options window...but I lose the ability to change the setting in the options window as soon as I stop moving the trace. I don't know how to navigate through the menus to actually turn it back on.
Any help is greatly appreciated with a simple but frustrating problem.
In reply to vincentronel:
Thanks for the response. Selecting the trace in question and issuing the slide command on the command line allowed the bubble menu to stay "on" to allow changes to the bubble setting. I'm not typically a command line user - to be honest I didn't know there was a "slide" command - so I would just grab the trace and start dragging (which does not allow the bubble menu under the options window to persist once I would finish moving the trace). Anyway, thanks for the useful tip.
For the record, a non-commandline way to solve the same problem is to right-click in the workspace, select Quick Utilities -> Design Parameters... Select the Route tab in the Design Parameter Editor window and select the Slide folder in the Commands window. That gave me the ability to edit the setting that was giving me trouble, although now that I know how to fix the issue (multiple ways), I am more puzzled than ever as to how the setting was changed in the first place. Oh well.