Template management best practice...

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 I put my templates in a separate directory from the stock CA templates for automated backup reasons. Is a template really just a plan file that would normally be be saved in the default location, with the added notations of the "Save as Template" dialog box? If I want to add CAD blocks to a template, is it best to open the template itself and go to it, or is better to have a plan file that corresponds to a template file where you do the CAD block work?


I do add things to the library, but I also export types into my custom folders for automated backup. That way is the fan hits the Kaka, I can remover the bulk of my setup even if I lost the template.

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When you choose a Template, Chief copies it and loads it as unnamed. Make any changes you want, and save as a Template with the same name, overwriting the older one.

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