Yes, Library Management is a must. Especially in DesignSpark where you are depending on pointers and the order of the library paths are important, you can really screw up your design if you are not careful about separating out projects.
To make matters more complicated, you can have multiple libraries in one folder, and I don't think there is a way to only used a particular library file and not others in the same folder.
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