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Save as

Question asked by Scott Leacox on Jun 5, 2020
Latest reply on Jun 5, 2020 by Matt Juric

I have a question about "Save as"

 

Let's say I have a model and draft open, and want another copy of that part using "Save as"

I am looking to use save as because it's faster than Pack & Go by a long shot.

 

Let's say the first file is 1.part and 1.draft

The new file I want is 2.part and 2.draft

 

Let's say two files are open: 1.part and 1.draft

Then do a save as on the part file. (Not as copy, plan old save as)

 

At that point in time, is the file 1.draft associated with 1.part or 2.part?

 

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Or the other way around

say I have 1.part and 1.draft open, and do a save as of the draft.

 

At that point in time, is 1.part associated with 1.draft or 2.draft?

 

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If both part and draft have a "save as" done to them, It works just fine. It's that in-between state I want to know what's happening to handle cases when things crash or have to be closed when between states

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