I have a basic question of which I cannot find an answer anywhere.
Drawing a straight wall and a single wall, the snap points are different. On the single wall the points are black, while on the chained wall the points are little beige circles.
What is the difference?
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It means that the elements are part of a group. You can suspend the groups via Edit Menu > Grouping > Suspend Groups if you need to select the walls individually.
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Thank you very much!
Default shortcuts are;
Alt + G => Toggle Group
Crtl + G => Create Group
Ctrl + Shift + G => Ungroup
Available options when you select grouped objects will change depending on whether grouping is on or off.
Grouping and ungrouping with groups toggled off will create flat selections.
You are talking about using group or not. All explanations are here :