Currently, I'm in a project with high use of SSIS packages.
I've setup a package with many Sequence Containers in order to group Tasks and have these groups to execute modularly before continuing in the next group.
There are Tasks that are very similar, so I just copy-paste them and then change properties.
The problem is that, when I do the "paste", the Task rectangle is always placed in a left-bottom location relative to the currently existing Tasks and Sequence Containers (instead of below the coordinates of the mouse after the right click, as one would
It was already annoying when I didn't use Sequence Containers, because I had to scroll around just to pick the Task in the strange place to where it was copied and put it in the right place.
But it started to be worse with Sequence Containers. Although it really detects the coordinates of the mouse and puts the Task inside a Sequence Container if I right-click over an empty space of the container, it continues to place the Task in a very
far left-bottom place relative to the remaining objects. It causes the Sequence Container to stretch until its border contorns the Task in that strange place. I have to 1) move the Task object to the right place and 2) resize the Sequence Container borders
to its original status.
Currently, to avoid the step 2 abov
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