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Display settings in Pro/I 3.0

Display settings in Pro/I 3.0

Display settings in Pro/I 3.0

(OP)
I was talking to a PTC AE and he had mentioned it was easy to make display settings System wide.
I am an Pro/I Admin and I want to create and share my diplay settings with all other users. How easy is it and is the a step by step procedure to accomplish this?

RE: Display settings in Pro/I 3.0

(OP)
Ok,

I figured it out.

When creating a table configuration in the Table Configuration Editor dialog box (accessible via #View #Table Configuration #Modify) you have the option to save the configuration in the local or system wide preferences. Any system wide table configuration can be used by all
users. Only administrators can save to the system wide preferences.

If you also want to set new table configurations as defaults for all users, use the configurations tab of Pro/PREFERENCES to set the table display on a browser by browser basis. Be sure to click on System-Wide
Preferences at the bottom of the dialog box, or you will only bechanging your own local preferences.

PS - I love replying to my own posts. I hope this helps someone else :)

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