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Posted by Stephen
 - September 25, 2015, 03:50:41 pm
Hi there,

This is not normal -- it is the result of certain video card driver versions that changed the way they handled certain functionality. A work-around was put into place, and all currently available versions of WM should not have this -- if you're seeing this behavior in any of the most recent versions (2.3.7), definitely let me know!
Posted by baran
 - September 25, 2015, 08:35:00 am
Hi,

Is it normal to see the ghost wires when you bring a node into the work area like the ones in the pic? I don't see anyone experiencing them in
the tutorials. Very annoying if that is the way it is. By the way I click once on the node and click once in the work area but it never stops producing the same node
one after another unless I right-click on it.
Cheers.