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CMF file for Hyperview????

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Hello Every One...

Good Day!

My questions are

1.Is CMF file type for Hyperview exists?If yes where it is stored and How to retrive that?

2. Can we write macros in Hyperview? If yes how to proceed further?

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Durga,

1.Is CMF file type for Hyperview exists?If yes where it is stored and How to retrive that?

Not yet.

2. Can we write macros in Hyperview? If yes how to proceed further?

Yes. Look up for "Object Heirarchy for HyperView" in the Index tab of HV help section.

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There is a way to record the things in HyperView:

On the session handle you can say:

session StartRecording filename.out

session SetRecordState true

--- now click what you want...

session StopRecording

but you have to release the handles by our own. But this script can be a starting point to write you tcl code

Nicolas

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Hi All,

I have tried this. it is true that you get a cmf alike file. But,It may not be that easy for a beginner as there are handles that show errors and to debug such errors i feel it is difficult without proper tk programming knowledge.

I had faced similar problems with hypermesh created cmf file. If you try to create macros with the commands copied from cmf file and try to execute it, there will be lot of format errors. Little bit of play around is needed to set things in the right path. As far as hypermesh is concerned we have proper guideline and description related to each command.This makes things easier.

Regards,

Prasad Poduval

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