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Multi-page schematic

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robert.martinUKYP4
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Multi-page schematic

Is it possible to have multiple instances of the same schematic open so I don't have to constantly switch between schematic pages?

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Hi @robert.martinUKYP4 ,

 

I hope you're doing well. You can, kind of, one way to workaround this would be to open a previous version of your schematic. That will allow you to have your current schematic open as well as the previous version(it will have a lock icon). The trick to the workaround is to make a minor change (like a piece of text or something like that) save it then undo the change and save your design again. Now you have two saves that are almost identical, you can leave your current version open and then open a previous version of your schematic for reference.

 

I know it's clunky but that's probably better than some of the other options I can think of like making dummy electronic designs just to store a copy of the current state of your schematic. Another idea that comes to mind is to print the schematic and use that to refer to that way you don't have to constantly be switching tabs. Could you provide more context as to what you are trying to do? That insight might help me provide a better solution for you.

 

Let me know if there's anything else I can do for you.

 

Best Regards,



Jorge Garcia
​Product Support Specialist for Fusion 360 and EAGLE

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