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    tag nested family

    Basic question.

    Family one is a flat plate with studs on it call it CHILD ONE.

    Family two is a concrete panel call it CHILD TWO.

    Project is called PROECT THREE.



    CHILD ONE is loaded into Child TWO.

    CHILD TWO is loaded into PROJECT THREE.

    Both CHILD ONE AND CHILD TWO are set as shared

    Question can CHILD ONE be tagged and scheduled in PROJECT THREE.



    Thank you in advance,

    #2
    Yes.
    For tagging use tab to cycle between instances.
    child one doesn´t need to be shared.
    Gonçalo Feio
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      #3
      Originally posted by feio View Post
      Yes.
      For tagging use tab to cycle between instances.
      child one doesn´t need to be shared.
      Not to be picky but I believe it's the other way around: child 2 doesn't need to be shared since this is the parent family (quite confusing naming btw). Child one is a nested family and needs to be shared in order to tag and schedule.
      Martijn de Riet
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        #4
        If they arent all shared, you will potentially encounter some documented strange behavior (the shared sub-family will suddenly vanish from the the project with no prompt or warning, on reload) if you pass more than 3 or 4 levels of Nesting. So if there is anything Shared, set them all to Shared.
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