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Old   February 25, 2004, 12:12
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I want to make a presentation of my result. I have two different simulation models in separate files which I have to compare.

My question is, how can I present the results from both models at the same magnification, position etc? In other words I want to show the same part of the model in for the two simulations. In order to view this part effectively I have to pan in. Is there a way to mark this point so that I can return to this magnification and position again if I need to look at the same result again in the future?


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Old   February 25, 2004, 12:24
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You can define your point of view in "View" panell. You set the desired view and save it. To get back to the desired view you have to load it and then click restore.

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