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August 23, 2007

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marijn

The idea is great but it doesn't work.
When i change my .asm the references do not update in the virtual components. Wich makes nog sence.

Mike

Russel, unfortunately the renaming of configs is still the same, I just tried it for you. This makes sense though in regards to virtual components. In that case, the parts are still virtual, so they are not open by SW and creating a file name issue that will keep you from renaming it. Once you save it as a true file, then you would be subject to the same problem you asked about. Hope that makes sense!

Russell

I love this! I would use this ALL THE TIME...this is the first new feature that really makes me want to upgrade soon.

Do you know if 2008 lets you rename configurations in a similar manner, without shutting all referenced documents?

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