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UPDATING LINKED DOCUMENTS

papawopapawo Member, Developers Posts: 206 PRO
edited January 2018 in FeatureScript
Can I update all the linked documents in one go  in the feature browser, using featurescript or the normal way?

Comments

  • raj_Onshaperaj_Onshape Onshape Employees Posts: 79
    If you right mouse button on a tab you can update all references in one go for the whole tab. But you have to repeat this for all tabs. Please submit an improvement if you would like to update all tabs at once
  • papawopapawo Member, Developers Posts: 206 PRO
    thanks!
  • MBartlett21MBartlett21 Member Posts: 1,658 EDU
    If you right mouse button on a tab you can update all references in one go for the whole tab. But you have to repeat this for all tabs. Please submit an improvement if you would like to update all tabs at once
    I would like this for drawings as well.


    MB - I make FeatureScripts:View FeatureScripts
  • Tony_C_Tony_C_ Member Posts: 259 PRO
    You can also just click on the blue chain link and it'll update. 
  • iain_downsiain_downs Member Posts: 20 ✭✭
    Can I add a vote for this?  I've a design with 20 or so parts and assemblies driven from properties in a feature script.  If I change a single property, I have tp go through 20 tabs to update all the versions.

    I'm only looking to apply a version to all related parts in a single project, not between projects.

    Iain
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