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Distinguished Contributor pwk
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ACE2012 - Symbol Builder Attribute Editor - can't edit all my pin attributes

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01-25-2012 12:51 PM

Hi,

 

I just started using ACE2012.  I had been using ACE2011 previously.  In Symbol Builder, I am trying to edit a symbol I had built previously in ACE2011.  My symbol has 20 pins, each with two attributes (TERMn and TERMDESCn, where "n" is a number 1-20 corresponding to the terminal number).  In Symbol Builder Attribute Editor, when I try to view/edit the text assigned to these pin attributes, I am only able to scroll down as far as the first attribute (TERM19) of pin 19.  I am not able to scroll to TERMDESC19 or either of the attributes for pin 20.  The only way I can veiw/edit the attributes for pins 19 and 20 is to temporarily insert a few extra pins (21 and 22), even though I don't need these pins in my symbol.  Inserting the extra two pins allows me to view/edit the attributes for pins 19 and 20 (although I am not able to view/edit the attributes for pins 21 and 22 after doing this).  After editing the attributes for pins 19 and 20 this way, I can delete pins 21 and 22 and everything seems to be ok.

 

Has anyone else experienced this strange behaviour?  If you can tell me how I can avoid having to go through this to edit my terminal attributes, I'd really appreciate it.

 

Thanks in advance,

Paul

 

Distinguished Contributor pwk
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Re: ACE2012 - Symbol Builder Attribute Editor - can't edit all my pin attributes

01-25-2012 01:31 PM in reply to: pwk

Hi everyone,

 

Please ignore my previous question.  I closed the symbol builder and opened it up again, and the problem went away.

 

Thank you,

Paul

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