you know how the selection state is saved in a PCB file?
if you open such a file and do an 'XA' to deselect all and 
then close the file it does not prompt to save the file either
(SP6, whole little bd was selected)

Dennis Saputelli


Ian Wilson wrote:
> 
> On 10:47 AM 25/04/2002 +0200, Schmitt Michael said:
> 
> >so now close the sch files by doing so on the tabbing pane (above the
> >schematic sheet with the name of the current file inside) and select close
> >document. now protel just closes this document without asking for saving it
> >nor does it save the file with the changes from the update. reopen the
> >schematic an the fields are as the were before the update ...
> 
> Yes, this bug does exist and Protel are aware of it. I noticed the same
> thing while writing the server mentioned below.  I emailed support and the
> response was that I should add and then delete a dummy component to mark
> the document as dirty.  I was doing this but thought there must be a better
> method.  Simply changing the attribute of a component using SDK functions
> does not mark the document as dirty.
> 
> I will add this as a bug to the bug database.
> 

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