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Resetting z-order?

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Posted Thursday, June 20, 2019 - Post #39936
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Is there a way to reset the z-order of objects to ... their default? If that's a thing. And specifically how to do it en masse, for everything on a genomap.

(More info: I've got an extensive tree with crossing lines, which I've made clear with the line tool, using small white lines and fiddling with layers so it's above a horizontal connector, but a vertical one passing across it will be above the white. If that makes sense? The problem being that I've moved layers up and down randomly everywhere, which makes it difficult when a line is both crossed and crosses, and I have to find every single white line that interacts and fix it. Sometimes more than once. I've since found a much neater way to manage things, but to do so, I first need all objects to reset to default z-order. Again, if that's a thing.)

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Posted Friday, June 21, 2019 - Post #39938
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Export your .gno to .xml then use a text editor such as NotePad++ that supports regular expressions.  Use the editor's search find and replace function to search for z="\d+"  and replace with nothing.

http://support.genopro.com/Uploads/Images/99ebcbf3-8f1a-488b-85ed-9e37.png


Save the modified .xml and open with GenoPro, re-save as .gno


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Posted Saturday, June 22, 2019 - Post #39940
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Oh my gosh this is perfect! Thank you so much! (Also, I did not know looking at the code in Notepad++ was a thing you could do. Opens a lot of options for mass editing some stuff. So double thanks.)


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