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    Copy / Paste between .dyn graphs

    I've been using an empty custom node as a clipboard to copy/paste between different graphs (clipboard.dyf). Does anyone know of a better way to do this?
    Chris Ellersick

    #2
    I generally understand why there can only be one graph open at a time but I would love the ability to copy & paste... I do like your empty node as a workaround though. I'm stealing the idea ;P
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      #3
      Pretty sure I've done copy, close, open, paste...but I'd have to try again just to be sure
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        #4
        You can copy, close, open, paste. But I wish you could have more than one opened at a time. I don't see any real reason it shouldn't be possible.
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          #5
          Originally posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
          You can copy, close, open, paste. But I wish you could have more than one opened at a time. I don't see any real reason it shouldn't be possible.
          I believe it works to have Dynamo Sandbox open along with Dynamo for Revit simultaneously - not quite what your looking for but closer


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            #6
            You can have scripts and custom nodes open at the same time and copy paste there too. Still, would be good to have multiple scripts open...youd want to be on manual mode though unless you really knew what you were doing ; )
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              #7
              On the Github repository they are looking into having multiple definitions open at once It's an outstanding issue under current discussion.

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