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Ok, stupid question....

Postby Donald Thomson » Thu, Feb 08 2018, 8:31PM

I just spent over an hour carefully adding and positioning display boards to a cabinet. I saved the cabinet then saved the changes to the batch that the cabinet resides in. When I bring the cabinet into cabinet editor from the batch, all that work is gone :fire:

All that work is gone and I've wasted a bunch of time. :wall:

What do I have to do to keep it intact with the cabinet? Thank you.
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After all my hard work
Sincerely,

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Re: Ok, stupid question....

Postby tim lucas » Thu, Feb 08 2018, 9:42PM

You need to associate the display panels to the cabinet for them to stay

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Re: Ok, stupid question....

Postby Carmen Addamo » Thu, Feb 08 2018, 10:32PM

Yes, as tim said, you must associate all display parts to a cabinet. Click on and highlight the display part. Double click on the cabinet. Right click to access the drop down menu and click on associate to cabinet.

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Re: Ok, stupid question....

Postby Donald Thomson » Fri, Feb 09 2018, 10:39AM

Thank you!! I was not aware that that had to be done. So I'm guessing that all the work I did is now part of the great bit-bucket in the sky?? :roll:
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Re: Ok, stupid question....

Postby tim lucas » Fri, Feb 09 2018, 10:31PM

Donald Thomson wrote:Thank you!! I was not aware that that had to be done. So I'm guessing that all the work I did is now part of the great bit-bucket in the sky?? :roll:


Yes

and the Great Bit Bucket Master thanks you for your contribution :)

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