In DxDesigner, it looks like the undo command only applies to the current schematic sheet that is in view. Is there a way to change how the undo command works so that it undoes the last change regardless of where it was made on the schematic?
As you state the undo buffer is active for each current sheet in view, to undo changes made to a different sheet it has to be the active sheet. This is to support concurrent usage where more than one engineer is working in the design, you would not want somebody else undoing your changes inadvertently.
That is very interesting. So, are you saying that I could have the schematic open on my computer and my coworker could have that same schematic open on his computer? Then, as long as we agree that I work on pages 1-5 and he works on pages 6-10, we can both work on the schematic at the same time. This feature could be very useful.
Concurrency is built in to the tool but you need to configure some utilities. I suggest you look at the Concurrent Design Administrators Guide for further information. The set up isn't difficult and once configured you don't need to agree on which sheets to edit, you will be informed which is being edited at any one time by the tool.
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