I downloaded Creo 1.0-m050 and installed it so I could check the behavior of the config editor.
1. I can view specific config files
2. When I try to edit a specific config and save, it saves everything to the config file.
So in my opinion, it's not fixed properly. I don't know what TC dealt with PTC on this but I believe they didn't communicate clearly what is required. It's still broken.
What I did: Open the config editor Select from the pull down the config.sup [cid:image001.png@01CDBE52.A0E57380]
It now shows me only the config.sup. That is a big improvement!
I next pick the Add... button and the Find... button search for something and added it to the config.
So far, so good. Looking like I expect it to work.
I pick OK, the only button that looks like it will save my edit for me. I get this message: [cid:image004.png@01CDBE53.801C1720]
I believe the correct answer is Yes In the save dialog, I had to browse to the loadpoint. And then it would not show me the existing config.sup so I had to type the name in manually.
I then go back to the config editor to look at the config.sup again and I see this: [cid:image005.png@01CDBE55.53DB7000]
My new option was at the end of the file.
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I'll take back my caveat, about it not applying the settings to the current session.
It does apply them to the current session. Another case of user error. My problem was I was editing a read only file, so it wasn't actually saving it. I didn't get a clear warning of that problem from Creo.
One other thing I found was when you save the file it collapses empty lines. So if like me you like to have some white space between mapkeys, you're going to have to start those blank lines with the comment character.
So this: !========================================================= !== DRAWING MODE == !=========================================================