First of all: Fantastic game! Feels like a pro design suite, very impressed with the bang for the buck here.
Now to my issue: I'm following some video tutorials on electronics online. They use power rails that connect to the breadboard in relation to the top (1) side as +/- instead of -/+ like we currently have in the game.
I realize I can just use any of these options to get around it, but each has its own drawback:
1. Pay no attention to the labels and use them in the opposite way, so I connect power from + to - and vice versa. Drawback: Confusing to have the opposite meaning of the labels when following guides/tutorials.
2. Flip the breadboard and use the other side of it. Drawback: Now the line number will not match the guides/tutorials.
3. Flip the rails and just place them next to the breadboard. Drawback: The power rails will not actually connect/attach to the breadboard, and there are ugly clipping issues if you place them immediately next to the breadboard, or there will be a gap between the breadboard and the rails if you choose to place them this way instead.
So my feature request is just to have power rails with the -/+ labels flipped to -/+. Alternatively, have the rails connect from any direction once flipped 180 degrees. I imagine this is a simple fix. I realize this is a nitpick but I'd think it may just be a simple QOL improvement if lucky :-)
One thing that I just now realize, is that if you flip the power rail 180 degrees, on one side of the breadboard it will now try to attach itself in the "wrong way" using the connections, so that it is actually clipping into the breadboard in its entirety. So I'm forced to have a gap on that side if I want to have the power rails setup like this.