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ANSYS Extends Tools Through Toolkits

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Re : ANSYS Extends Tools Through Toolkits
AnandY   4/15/2013 3:00:29 AM
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The script recording capability is interesting, since a set of complex actions can be recorded and then edited.


@Louis, thanks for the informative blog. IronPython is really useful feature because it provides script recording capability. I remember we used similar features in MS Excel where we can record set of actions and use it as Macro. I am sure such script reading capability will enhace the productivity of the users because they can easily automate complex actions.

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A tool to extend the use of other tools
Rob Spiegel   4/12/2013 11:10:06 AM
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This is a pretty good idea, Louis -- a tool that can enhance and extend the use of existing tools. Anything that can make design and control easier is a good idea.

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