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- How do I save a View?
June 6, 2022 at 8:33 amFAQParticipant
By clicking Viewing–>Views, it is possible to change the camera settings. To save the View settings after certain view angle is chosen, click Save under Action. Specify a name for the View file that will be written. It can now be selected in the View field. The View file can be read also in other case files and is useful for comparing results. To read the View file in a separate case, click Read (found under Action) and select the file.
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