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Re: Strange behavior of System Modeler

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  • Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:13:01 -0500 (EST)
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Hi Johan,

> Go to Preferences -> Global -> Translation and add your example to
> the list of Dynamic State Selection classes. Restart. The model will
> now simulate as you expect it to.

It's very good to know that. Is there any way I could have known that 
this option exists? Actually I didn't even search for it, as I didn't 
expect it to exist. I have in another case had problems to find 
information about some details of what version and features of Modelica 
were actually implemented in which version of System Modeler. Is there a 
detailed specification/listing of such details anywhere on the web?

regards,

albert



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