I have noticed that when you copy an identical block from one file to another, it gets automatically renamed with no notification to the user, which is very counter intuitive.
This can easily be addressed with the ‘replaceblock’ command. The problem comes when one of this tiny blocks is nested within another block. It does not get replaced.
Obviously this is useless, for if you have 100 nested blocks, you will still have enter each block, add the block you wish to replace for to the block, and run the replace command.
So my question is, how are you supposed to work with nested blocks?
I ran into this situation because I first create small blocks, and then I add up like a lego, once a piece is complete, it becomes a bigger block. But sometimes, I need to modify one of the small blocks. I work on multiple files so, if I edit the block in file A, and then paste it into file B, I expect all instances to change, even the nested ones.
I understand this is not the current behavior, can someone then advise me on how to deal with this situation for future reference?