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Does somebody knows a script which puts all the symbols in a library ([optional]: with every footprint added to it) to a schematic?

Would be handy to look over libraries, but unfortunately Altium don't know Python (yet).

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I'm not sure this would be a desirable feature because it would lead to a huge mess in most cases, and would be a very niche requirement. If you really want a script to do this, you might want to look into writing your own using Pascal, DelphiScript, EnableBasic, VB Script, or JavaScript. These are the languages Altium recognizes. You can find a guide on scripting at the following link:

https://techdocs.altium.com/display/SCRT/Scripting

I cannot seem to find an updated version, which suggests that the above page is still valid.

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click Design -> Make Integrated Library.

This will transfer all Schematic components (Symbol + Footprint) from all the libs you used into one INT LIB. For example: I used in one project parts from the Altium Vault, a company hosted Vault, an SVNDB lib from a different Project and an INTlib from another project.

After Design -> Make Integrated Library I have all used items in one lib and can modify them in the way I need.

The link to the origional lib is lost and you don't get updates from there. Depending on the project phase this can be an advantage or disadvantage.

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    \$\begingroup\$ Just asking: did you even read my question? \$\endgroup\$ Jan 25, 2019 at 15:39
  • \$\begingroup\$ Sorry, I missunderstood your question. My answer is for the other way round. (Schematic ->lib) \$\endgroup\$
    – schwdk
    Jan 26, 2019 at 18:33

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