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Hi,

 

 

I am trying to change the animation mode in hyperview to "Set Modal Animation Mode" using tcl command.will be great  if some can help me out.

Thanks in advance

 

Regards,

Emil 

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Hi Emil,

 

Please try the "hwIPage SetAnimationMode".

 

The sample code is following.

 

set t [::post::GetT];
hwi OpenStack;
hwi GetSessionHandle sess$t;
sess$t GetProjectHandle proj$t;
proj$t GetPageHandle page$t [proj$t GetActivePage];
page$t GetAnimatorHandle anim$t;
page$t GetWindowHandle wind$t [page$t GetActiveWindow];
page$t SetAnimationMode modal;
 

Thanks,

Imoto

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Thanks a lot Imoto.. It worked perfectly.

 

I would like to get one more help.I am looking for a tcl command by which I will get a zoomed image/ animation of the area at which the displacement or stress is showing max value.

 

for instance, I am able to the displacement contour of a model , then look for the max displacment node, show only the particular part at which max value is showing  and save the gif file of the same. but apart from this I am looking to get another image/gif file after zooming into the area max displcament.

For the last step I am not able to get the tcl command.

Your help is appreciated.

Regards,

Emil

 

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Hi Emil,

 

In my recomendation, you should use the ARD (Automated Reporting Director), which is a part of PSO solutions.

ARD has the all feature you are looking for.

 

Please visit our website.

 

https://altairhyperworks.com/product/automated-reporting-director?__hstc=239203932.4b3c176b4de93a8890046fdef4b286ae.1527155885988.1527155885988.1527155885988.1&__hssc=239203932.3.1527155885988&__hsfp=827660387&_ga=2.176241893.111535606.1527155884-1761386969.1527155884

 

Thanks,

Imoto

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