When I put the blocks in a master library drawing, it is easier to manipulate and create Dynamic Blocks, correct?
However, when BEDIT-ing a block from this library when used in another drawing, those changes are NOT reflected back into the master. Only the SAME blocks in the current drawing. Now I have to WBLOCK back to the original library file.
So why was that NOT mentioned in Matt Murphy's class. He stated - "Do not use WBLOCK"
This has been a frustrating contradiction. I make changes to a Dynamic Block expecting it to show up the next time and I have to do it again. We make minor changes to blocks all the time and now I have to open yet another file to edit the block and hope that it gets pushed through to the drawing I'm working on. Maybe that can be an option-
"Save to Original Source?" type of deal.