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    Question Disable Active Object Icon Updater

    Hi - I use a lot of active objects in my Fusion projects. I create unique icons for each object so it is easy to identify them. However, every time I modify one of the objects, Fusion redraws the icon. Then I have to edit it to get back the icon I want for it.

    Is there a simple way to disable the updating of the active object icon every time you modify it? If not, this may be a consideration for version 3.0 or 3.5.

    Maybe hold down shift when you click OK and that will temporarily disable the update and keep the icon as it was. Or, something like that.
    Thanks for your help with this.

    - RichC

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    Have you tried - Tools - Preferences - removing the tick from create automatic icons?

    I'm not 100% sure where all it works - but it might solve this problem for you.

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