Using some of your suggestions from a previous ticket of using "user defined" fields in the wiring manager to differentiate wiring,
when the same wiring is used to show "options" within a standard cabinet schematic, i've come across this issue.
i have copied in sheets from another project, and gone about making changes to the schematics and wiring.in doing some changes i have duplicated a wire number, to denote optionsi sometimes get the error message that the wiring has been used on a separate sheet. despite using different user fields.(Note - a project re-organise doesn't fix the issue.)However if i delete that wire , and place a new wire , the wiring manager does then seem to accept the changes in the user fields of wiring manager.so my question is why does this not work , until i replace the copied wiring with a new wire ?it's almost like there's "remembered" data in the background.
note in the image , changing details for the existing copied wire did not work. once i deleted the wire , and used all the same data for the wire , it worked fine,but i don't know why that would be the case.
Hi Jason, Since you have mentioned that you are using different user fields are they part of the Wire Tag? Can you confirm the Wire Tag configuration is the same for the Current Project and the Project where the page was copied from? You can refer to the below image on how to find the wire tag settings. Project Options >> Wire Settings >> Label Preference >> Wire Label Display - Edit. Hope this helps!RegardsSatish Saptasagar
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