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Create new model on startup




I'm trying to create a new model when starting the program. I haven't found any command line arguments to do this. The closest I've come is to use -lib: without an argument. That makes the program start a new model but ignores all other command line arguments unfortunately.


The arguments for -lib are SDX and AMG, I think it would be great to be able to specify a library name here which would open a library available from the "Manage Class Libraries" dialogue if found. I.e, also including user-specified additional libraries.


Either that or being able to just start a new model as a command line parameter.


Anyone having this problem as well or think it would be a good idea?


Re: Create new model on startup

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Hello Verbalins,

Why not just save a blank model, let's say as a template, and then just load it?


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Re: Create new model on startup

Hello Ralf,
thank you for your response.

Yes, that is how I'm doing it currently. I was just thinking if it was possible to do it in another way to reduce the number of files needed. Maybe I will use the COM-Interface instead.