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Yes, that is what I thought. Using magnets works pretty well and avoids this problem. One can take the stencil items and place the magnets wherever one wants and the lines snap to the magnets (and the connections are preserved when you move the objects, which is nice). For the op-amp, the magnets are at the two inputs and one output (assuming you are not showing power connections).

With this approach, the problem is to make the drawing look decent - all the connections are there (permanently) but the lines can often look very weird. OG has its own ideas about how lines should be placed and these are hard to override. The closest to what I want comes when I use the orthogonal line tool - at least the lines are always horizontal or vertical. Then items can be moved to get rid of the unnecessary "switch-backs".