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-When you enter a reference in a \gdstep{} instead of a concrete value, the parameter you write the reference for is automatically \emph{moved up} to the
-\gdcase{} containing the \gdstep{} (the \bxname{parent \gdcase{}}).
-You can see this parameter behind the \gdcase{} name in the \gdtestcaseeditor{}. If you select the \gdcase{} node from within the \gdtestcaseeditor{} you can also see the parameter in the \gdpropview{}. This parameter is now a parameter of this \gdcase{}. You can move this parameter higher up from this \gdcase{} by entering another reference in the \gdpropview{} for this \gdcase{}. The parameter will then automatically appear in the next parent \gdcase{} and so on.
-It is important to remember, however, that parameters (and component names)
-are only moved up one level at a time. That is, to be able to enter
-parameter values in the highest \gdcase{} in a hierarchy, references must
-have been entered for each nested \gdcase{} beneath it.
-This is especially important in the \gdtestsuiteeditor{}, since only
-the top-level \gdcase{} is accessible to be edited at this point. To be able
-to enter parameter values for lower \gdcases{} at this point, their parameters
-must have been moved up using references.

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