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Old   September 29, 2019, 13:23
Default Best way to include AIM workspace images in tutorials?
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I am compiling a set of tutorials using ANSYS Discovery AIM, for which I require images of the workspace at various stages of each problem.

Ansys offers a Save Image As option for the AIM workspace, but there is little to no customisation available, in terms of being able to align the geometry properly (in the same way across all images), zoom, and so on. SpaceClaim does not even have appear to have a Save Image feature.

Any ideas? Has anyone tried this sort of thing before?
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Old   October 2, 2019, 02:46
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In Spaceclaim you can select the option "Save As" and then save a picture as jpg or similar. Possibly Discovery has the same?
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