Hi David,

Yes I am 100 % sure of that. RSE takes care of the whole process. I am using
RDP 7.5, maybe that is the difference?
Regards,
-Arco

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2010/5/13 David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Arco Simonse wrote:
Yes, it is very easy. Just rightclick on it, and select copy from the
context menu.
Then in RSE browse to the target library for example QGPL and rightclick
on
it and paste. That's all.

Are you sure about that?

I'm pretty sure that the RSE knows that objects in libraries can't simply
be copied & pasted to & from a PC directly.

I just tried it ... and, although the paste option showed up when I right
clicked on the library, the action didn't do anything.

david

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