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  1. Hi all, I'd like to know what's the PyFlux command to display the progress bar when solving. I'm not quite sure why, but when I launch my script that opens a project and solves it, the pop-up window with the progress bar of the solving process does not show up. Thanks! Romain
  2. The macros enable the user to regroup the frequently used commands in an extension integrated into the software. You can build up a macro instead of manually executing a series of repetitive actions in Flux, which you will then be able to call regularly. A macro is interesting because it can encapsulate within a new command a series of repetitive operations and thus improve the quality and efficiency of the user-software interaction. Concretely, a macro file (*.py) is a text file, which defines the macro-function in the PyFlux language. It receives (upon entry) one or more parameters and executes (upon exit) a series of predefined actions. It is possible to use the macros provided with Flux or to create your own macros. All macros provided with Flux are open sources, to help you to create a macro fitting exactly your expectation. The list of macros provided with Flux is available in C:\Altair\Extensions\Macros\macros_list_EN.pdf. The moste recent one are described with more details in the attached document "New_Flux_macros_2016". New_Flux_macros_2016.pdf
  3. Fluxではスクリプト言語のpython(正確にはjython)によりモデル作成、解析設定、ポスト処理などを記述することができます。 pythonの構文を使うことができるため、繰り返しの処理や条件分岐、例外処理、ファイルの操作などさまざまな操作が可能になります。 FluxではpyFluxを簡単に構築できる環境が整っているため、pythonを知らない方でも簡単にその効果を実感することができます。 このトピックでは、pyFluxに焦点を当てた話題を記載していこうと思います。
  4. Hi, I'm back with questions regarding Python/PyFlux. I'm trying to determine the current application in a script. I have two questions: 1. In my tests, I found out that my current application is always Application[2]. Why is there no Application[0], and why is Application[1] the pre-processor? 2. When I type "Application[2]" in the PyFlux command line, I get "ApplicationMagneticTransient3D[2]", which would be good for me to determine the application. Yet, when I assign it to a variable "myVar = Application[2]", a print of that variable returns "2". I can't seem to get the information I want. There must be a python mechanism that I don't understand, and it might be useful for several other tasks in Flux. Thank you very much in advance! Romain
  5. Hi everyone, I am definitely not a Python expert, but I've been using PyFlux for quite some time now. I have always had issues guessing the structure of different classes for my scripts and was wondering if there was somewhere a document describing the different classes in PyFlux? If not, a simple screenshot of the classes définitions might help... I am aware of solutions such as vars(myClassInstance), yet I cannot always find everything I want with this method. Is there another efficient method? I also know that a lot of tricks can be learnt by checking the code of the provided macros... For example, my most recent bother is that I am trying to implement a post-processing script that automatically generates reporting on a given scenario, but the control parameters can be mono or multi value and I cannot know it beforehand. What is the class attribute of the pilot that tells me whether it is mono or multi? Multi defined by step value or by step number? Than you very much for your help! Romain
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