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Default Error:SOLVE is not a recognized PREP7 command
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I am using Moving_heat_R150_v3 ACT extension.But while solving the problem it shows following error-

SOLVE is not a recognized PREP7 command, abbreviation, or macro.This command will be ignored.

It seems to be like there is a problem in the extension.Is it possible to edit it?
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