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In some specification dialogs, I find that when I change a value, my change isn't saved when I return to the dialog.
For example, when attempting to change the Backsplash Height in a Base Cabinet Specification dialog, the value entered is not saved.
When the Default checkbox, or letter (D) (which stands for Default), is present in text fields in a variety of specification dialogs, Chief Architect will automatically apply the default value for this item, even if you delete the number in front of the (D) and replace it with a new value.
When you replace a number without also removing the (D) then you will receive the following error when you click OK:
"You entered in X (D). The (D) indicates that you want to use the default value for this setting. If that is not what you want, please enter the number again, without the (D)."