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Default Opening of FlexSim State Files

I understand that state files can only be loaded from FlexSim by manually going through the Main Menu as stated below:

File -> State File -> Load State Menu.

I've managed to successfully save it automatically, although user's interaction is needed to key in the state filename.

However, when I go to the directory itself to load it by double clicking the state file icon, it opened to an empty model. Similarly, I tried opening it through the command prompt, but it still opened to an empty model.

Are they any way to load the state files automatically? I need it to be working this way because I need to achieve an optimisation system using FlexSim, running with NO user interaction.

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