Yesterday, I try to create a multi-unit symbol in the symbol editor, this sombol is for a device which contains a PNP transistor and a NPN transitor, so I create a 2 units symbol in the symbol editor.
And then I copy an existing graphics of PNP transitor from KiCAD default symbols to unit A, and then I want to do the same thing for unit B( copying an existiting graphics of NPN transistor to unit B), but now, here is a problem, the graphics’ default property is " Common to all units in symbol", so now, no matter unit A or unit B, both of them a PNP transistor, I want to change the graphics’ properties to disable "common to all units in symbol’, but I found that there is no ‘bulk edit’ function for graphic elements, I need to modify the graphic elements’ properties one by one by clicking each elements by manual, if the graphic is complex and contains many elements, I need to do much work on it, and some elements are very small and they are hard to click/select.
So it’s great if we can have ‘bulk edit’ function for graphic elements in the symbol editor.
Here is KiCAD version
Application: KiCad 符号编辑器 (64-bit)
Version: (6.0.4), release build
libcurl/7.78.0-DEV Schannel zlib/1.2.11
Platform: Windows 10 (build 18363), 64-bit edition, 64 bit, Little endian, wxMSW
Date: Mar 18 2022 03:04:44
wxWidgets: 3.1.5 (wchar_t,wx containers)
Compiler: Visual C++ 1928 without C++ ABI