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Menu: Electrical project > Configurations > Palette...

Dockable panel > Contextual menu of the electrical project: Configurations > Palette...


Palettes are used to store schematic or line diagram symbols, schematic macros, I/O of PLCs.


The left part of the dialog box displays the configurations available at the application level, in other words, common to all electrical projects. The right part of the dialog box lists all configurations available only in the current electrical project.


Delete: Deletes the selected configuration file.

Duplicate: Copies a configuration file.

Add to project / to application: Adds configurations available at the application level to your electrical project and, in the same way, to make a configuration you have created for your electrical project available at the application level.

Archive: Creates a configuration archive file. This feature is used to exchange configuration files.

Unarchive: Recovers a configuration file that was initially archived.


Rename: Renames the selected configuration file. A dialog box opens asking you to define the new name of the file.


You cannot modify the configuration files in this interface. They are automatically modified when palettes are used.

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