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Old 02-25-2011
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Default view far

When I put one value in the view far attribute (in standar view perspective) and I save and close the model, when I open it again, this value hasn't been saved.

How can I do to save this value for each time that I open the model?


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Go to the OnOpen node in the same tree branch you are already in.

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Code:
set(viewfar(c),4000);
in the last line should do the trick for the new opened windows.

// You can check if it's working when you go to the VIEW:/active/perspective path and double check the value of your node there.
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If you change things in the VIEW: tree, then those changes will be reset when you close and reopen Flexsim.

To save the view settings in the model, use the right click menu option View Settings > Save Settings as Default.

Then whenever you click the 3D button at the top with that model open, it will open the window settings you set as default.

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