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  1. Hi Guys; Quick question. I have an old VIPB file for a project and would like to use it for another project. My main interest is to recycle the Palette as I customized it to include a bunch of LV primitives on it. I thought it would be just a matter of saving the VIPB file As another name and change the Source Directory in the Build Information Section. The thing is though, once I change the Source Directory on the new VIPB file, VIPM dumps the old palette altogether and creates a brand new one with the directories that are part of this new Source Directory. Is there a way to reuse the palette from one VIPB file on another one? I'm looking for an easy button to avoid having to spend hours basically replicating what another package already has. Thanks!
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