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Updating nested assemblies (by Joniz)
Continuing on my quest to build a Rubik's cube, I tried to keep things tidy by keeping every big step in a separate file, with links to previous steps.

This has been working, but when if I want to change something in the first few steps, I have to reopen and resave everything that depends on that step, and everything that depends on everything that depends on that step, and so on. This feels quite inefficient, is there any better way to do it?

Also, when exporting I would like to change the chord tolerance, but it seems like that the settings don't apply to the linked parts, or at least not to the linked parts in the linked parts. Is this the intended behaviour?
Wed Jul 24 2019, 04:29:14
(no subject) (by Matthew H)
Seems so. I keep multiple copies of SolveSpace running so that I can just alt-tab between them to save and regenerate, instead of having to close and reopen files.
Wed Jul 24 2019, 05:12:49
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