I forgot to create copies of my vectors / groupings before nesting and now I want everything removed from nesting. SURELY this isn't STILL an issue???? Doesn't this seem like a major design flaw?? Any time the solution is "create a new file and start over" you'd think it would be addressed by the development team ASAP.
I hope I'm wrong and there is a way to avoid all of this mess??? I don't nest too often so I invariably forget a few things as I relearn the process each time. Once again, I'm going to have to waste a great deal of time when a relatively simple (from my non-code-writing-viewpoint) "undo nesting" function could solve the problem.?
Edit: Once again immediately following my unhinged rant above I've found a solution.
If you double-click/activate a sheet and then select-all CUT. Then activate your DEFAULT SHEET and PASTE. Do this for Sheet 1, Sheet 2, etc. Move everything back to the DEFAULT sheet and then you haven't lost anything.
However, I still find it ridiculous that it is impossible to remove / undo nesting and/or delete sheets after the fact.
Edit #2: You CAN remove unwanted sheets. After you've moved everything back to your DEFAULT sheet simply nest something else (any random vector will do). But before accepting this nest simply CANCEL and all the empty / blank sheets disappear.
Last edited by pknvectric
on Fri Nov 01, 2019 9:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.