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ArtiosCAD can move defaults from version to version and even between standard and enterprise. This means the new
version can reuse the previous version's defaults and not need a new configuration.
ArtiosCAD needs access to shared defaults.
Shared defaults is a WebCenter project that contains the ArtiosCAD configuration or preferences.
Users need to be invited to this project.
Some underlying ArtiosCAD-supplied files have no extension. This article explains how they can be versioned.
Defaults can be edited by one user at a time.
This article explains what happens if the defaults are locked and are considered read-only.
There is a new format for ArtiosCAD 16 defaults so that, starting with ArtiosCAD 16,
all versions 16 or higher and all languages can share the same set of defaults.
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