1. Use Configure component, but that might take a lot of clicks depending on how many configuration the assembly has
2. Just pre-select all instances of the same component (use the filter if they are all over the tree) and use the Component Properties to set up the configuration of those components in bulk in all configurations of the assembly.
Hello there, thanks for trying, but what you explain is the painfully process we need to do, not the solution to our problem.
The amount of time lost re-working all because we forget from time to time to do that, plus the frustration to need do do more clicks in a bureaucratic workflow is really stressing.
Why the hack the program does not KEEP THE STATE of the selection, is not ask too much, it was how the older versions worked
same request here, there are three possibilities and I am looking for a way to set one of them as a default. (for me that would be "all configurations"). When you change it in an assembly, the next time you try the same action it will still come back with "this configuration" so it is not stored inside the assembly. Can't find it in the registry either so where can this be set or manipulated?