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1) Steps that resulted in the problem:Drag a resistor and a ceramic capacitor from the core bin onto the Schematic view.Join one pin on the resistor to one pin on the capacitor with a wire in the Schematic view.Check the Breadboard and PCB views and you will see the net you created in the schematic view represented with a ratsnest line.Change to the Breadboard view.Resize the bendy leg on on either the resistor or capacitor that are connnected with the ratsnest line. The ratsnest line disappears.Check the PCB view. The ratsnest line has disappeared from here too.Check the Schematic view. The wire you routed to connect the resistor to the capacitor still exists. 2) What I expected should have happened insteadIf the net has been routed with a wire in the Schematic view then resizing the bendy leg on that net in the Breadboard view should not delete the netAs you move the part around or resize the bendy leg in the Breadboard view then the ratsnest line should remain between the two pins if they are not connected in the Breadboard view and disappear when the two pins on the net are connected.If you delete the routed wire in the Schematic view then the ratsnest line should remain between the two pins in the Schematic view if they are connected in the Breadboard view and disappear when the two pins on the net are not connected in the Breadboard view.3) Version fritzing.0.9.1b.32 on both Windows XP 32 bit and Windows 7 64 bit.4) The same issue applies to nets created by connecting pins in the PCB view. If you create a net by connecting pins in the PCB view then that net will be represented by a ratsnest line in the Breadboard and Schematic views.If you resize the bendy leg on one of the connecting pins in the Breadboard view the net disappears from the Breadboard and Schematic view.