What happens when a clc object is copied to another data location?The user supplied information, which has been entered in the Element info, is attached to the attributes that have been defined in this particular data location. If you copy the sequence to another data location or to a data location containing another attribute set, the information will become fixed, meaning that it is no longer editable and cannot be searched for. Note that attributes that were "Not set" will disappear when you copy data to another location.
If the element (e.g. sequence) is moved back to the original data location, the information will again be editable and searchable.
If the e.g. Molecule Project or Molecule Table is moved back to the original data location, the information will again be editable and searchable.