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  1. keejengang

    Development in 3D space - fixed Y level

    Is the layer functionality still in the backlog? Really looking forward this function as I'm working on interior building simulation. Now I'm forced to flatten the floor layouts so that the client could see and navigate more easily
  2. Dear all, I am working on modelling an Automatic Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) warehouse. I would like to build a module for future easy use. Searched on YouTube and I found Simio official YouTube Channel had posted exactly (at least visually) the model I need, and it seems using DIY module for that model too. (Link: ) I have thought of using the Crane Library way (http://www.simio.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=1026), but not sure whether this is the best way to do it. For now, I can only think of modifying the crane library to the AS/RS module, but it may consume lots of time. Therefore, I would like to ask for some suggestions on the most effective way to build up this library before I take a step forward. Thanks everyone! Appreciate any reply! Jeng
  3. keejengang

    Modify model in xml format

    I see. Thanks tulach! Didn't think of the license-wise problem for this.
  4. Hi all, I was trying to modify my Simio model by using xml format, that is, I saved my model in XML format and edited it in Visual Studio. However, when I tried to open the xml file via Simio, it pops out an error message saying "XML contents not verified". It could be real fast to model a large scale model by using XML and my work nature needs modelling large scale model frequently. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks, Jeng
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