If you select all elements of a cell and move them, you will effectively move the cell origin. This will also change the location where this cell is referred. With this feature, you can move the origin without changing the resulting design. All references of this adjustment will be adjusted correspondingly.
The referred cell of all selected references is changed to a new cell. The effect will be identical to changing the referred cell with the Properties tool for any select cell reference.
A new cell containing a copy of a current cell is added to the library. The new cell is named with the old cell name with the extension _copy. If a copy already exists, a number is added to the cell name.
All hierarchy is removed from the current design. By calling this feature, the current cell is flattened and all other cells are removed. The design will then contain a single cell with shapes and no more cell references.
A design file may contain more than one top-level design. With this feature, cells that are unnecessary to the current cell are deleted. After calling this feature, the current visible cell will be the only top-level cell in the design.
Any cell not containing at least a single shape is removed. Also, all references to this cell are deleted. This feature will not influence the resulting design.
Two cells of a current design are compared. Any differences between the two cells are marked. There are two methods to mark the differences:
Adds an additional hierarchy level in the currently displayed cell by moving its elements into new created subcells. nx times ny subcells will be created. All elements overlapping the checkerboard will be moved into the subcell. The resulting design is not changed. (introduced with release 20220129)