On one hand, you want things to be done for you. Time is precious, and you can't be bogged down trying to draw panels with bulky CAD software when you're in front of a customer, trying to get them a quick & dirty estimate.
On the other hand, you can't always rely on machines to pick up those 4" vent pipes, or knowing when your installers will prefer to flip one panel to landscape in a row of portrait modules.
As you can see in the screenshot above, (1) the QuickSolar Polygon Tool allows you to draw an area on your customer's rooftop. The area will automatically fill with solar panels.
Watch 3 GIFs showing the different ways to add multiple panels in QuickSolar.
(2) From there, select individual modules and play with them however you or your design team wants. You have no restrictions on how panels are oriented in a row, or how far apart panels are placed from each other.
Watch this short GIF on using the Select tool in QuickSolar.
Control is key-- don't let your solar software dictate how your design should look, based on its own limitations.
Put the power back in your hands.