Altium NEXUS Documentation

VersionControl_Cmd-LocalRevertLocalRevert_AD

Created: October 6, 2017 | Updated: October 6, 2017
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Parent page: VersionControl Commands

The following pre-packaged resource, derived from this base command, is available:


Applied Parameters: None

Summary

This command is used to revert back to a chosen local version backup of the currently selected document in the Files region of the Storage Manager panel.

Access

With the required document selected in the Files region of the Storage Manager panel, this command can be accessed in the following ways:

  • Combined View - select the required version in the Time line region of the panel, right-click, and choose the Revert to command from the context menu.
  • Classic View - select the required version in the Local History region, right-click, and choose the Revert to command from the context menu.
Switch between views for the panel using the corresponding command from a region's right-click context menu - either Switch to Classic View (from the Time line region), or Switch to Combined View (from the VCS Revisions or Local History regions).

Use

First ensure that the required document is selected in the Files region of the Storage Manager panel. Then select the version of the document that you wish to revert to, in the applicable region of the panel.

After launching the command, the last saved version will be backed-up and a label applied to indicate which version it was subsequently reverted to. The chosen historical version will then become the current version and display in the design editor window.

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