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 Post subject: Via Styles & Colors Storage Scope
PostPosted: 14 Apr 2017, 13:35 
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Hello

two questions regarding the "using scope" of

Via Styles:
I've created Via styles in one project. When I open another project I expected
to have access to my collection of Via Styles. But I haven't, the list is empty.
Why. Aren't they stored "globally" to be used by all DT projects? Or is there
a step I missed?

Colors:
Once again it happened at installing 3.1 Beta. The Layer colors and the Object
Colors (View > Colors...) have changed unintendedly and I have to manually change
them back to my needs. Had this before serveral times. Again:
Aren't they stored "globally" to be used......

Appreciate any hints!
Regards
Andree


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 Post subject: Re: Via Styles & Colors Storage Scope
PostPosted: 19 Apr 2017, 03:32 
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Via styles are stored in board files. They are not stored globally.
Signal layer colors are stored in board file as well. Other colors are saved globally.


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 Post subject: Re: Via Styles & Colors Storage Scope
PostPosted: 19 Apr 2017, 12:47 
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Hello Alex,

is there a chance to export these settings and import them at a different
project? Or is there a file I can copy?

Regards
A.


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 Post subject: Re: Via Styles & Colors Storage Scope
PostPosted: 24 Apr 2017, 08:21 
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You can use "Route->Save Rules" to save rules from existing design to a file and "Route->Load Rules" to apply the rules in new design.


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