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change Adams mnf path

change Adams mnf path

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hi
I have created a model in adams with flex body and mnf file. After copying my model in a new computer,I have to create a new path for mnf file in new computer exactly the same as on the old PC, so that on new model in new pc the mnf file can be read. It may not be that problematic execpt that on new pc there may be different partition names. (for example it is possible that on new pc there may be no C or D drive)
how to change the path of mnf files in adams view model?
thanks for your help :)

RE: change Adams mnf path

I'm sure there is a better way but one way would be to export your model as a .adm file, then text edit the new path in, then import the .adm file. However I am sure MSC support can come up with a better approach.

Cheers

Greg Locock


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