In may case, Fiber splice schematicsthe is readable and can be used for cables with Max. 48 fibers and when 2-4 cabels are connected. In case of 144F/288F or more than 4 cables connected the schema is not good for using or even printing.
Thanks Assaf, and that confirms my issue with schematics - how useful are they with fiber counts of 144 or more? (which most of them are on backbone cases). I'm kind of curious why this has never been addressed by Schneider - it's the one feature of the Fiber Manager program that has failed to live up to expectations, yet it's certainly something that would be incredibly useful if there was a better method for generating/displaying/printing splice connections. The Splice Report really doesn't show it much better either.
One thing you can do to improve is to just delete the part of the cable that just passes through. When you create the schematic the first time, you're presented with the following...
If you go in and delete the parts of the cable that you don't need/want, you can clean it up to look like this...
If you zoom in on the schematic, you can see the circuit IDs...
I'm also CCing Brian Mckelvey, our Fiber product manager. He can chat with you more about this offline as well.