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 Fixed property help 

Last post Wed, Apr 1 2009 5:02 PM by croc4. 2 replies.
Started by croc4 31 Mar 2009 12:12 PM. Topic has 2 replies and 1980 views
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  • Tue, Mar 31 2009 12:12 PM

    • croc4
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    Fixed property help Reply

     Need a push in the right direction, I have been perplexed by what I'm seeing.

    I have a layout file that I'm attempting to update, a number of the parts have fixed properties tied to them. So to remove this I go to 'edit', 'properties', I then select the part that I wish to change,this pops up a dialog box and shows the 'fixe' property as 'true'. I then select the 'delete' button, press apply then ok. 

     I then select the move or delete buttons, select the part that I just changed, and in the command line section I get a message that says this symbol has a fixed property?, but I just removed this? Is there a different way to get around this?

     

    Thanks,

     

    Croc4

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  • Wed, Apr 1 2009 3:57 AM

    • oldmouldy
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    Re: Fixed property help Reply

    You don't specify which version you are using.

    For 16.2, left-click on the "unfix" "push pin" on the toolbar, Fix / Unfix are net to each other. Move the mouse to blank space in the canvas, right-click, "Unfix All" will be on the pop-up, left-click on that entry, and the righ-click>Done, or F6 to accept the changes.

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  • Wed, Apr 1 2009 5:02 PM

    • croc4
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    Re: Fixed property help Reply

     Thanks for the reply, I'm using ver. 15.7. I'll try your suggestions 

     

    Thanks,

     

    croc4

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