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My project manager has a couple of projects in it.  The same one is active every time I open the project group.

When I activate the other project, then save, the change is not persisted.  In other words, EVERY time I open the project group, the same project is active.  How do  change it?

Delphi 4,

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The last project in the project-manager window will will always be the one who gets activated when loading a project-group.

You will have to place the project as the last project in the project-manager window. Do this by right-clicking the project in the project-manager window and select 'build later'. Repeat this several times.


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this is exactly the answer I made.

I wonder why
1) I do not see it in the comments
2) you did not accept it
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mhervais - I don't see any comment by you on this page/question?
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