Update to SimScale’s New Post-Processor
Release notes on SimScale’s update to the new post-processor which preserves post-processing states automatically.
Recently, SimScale has released an update to the new post-processor, with the goal of improving the workflow and saving time. State persistence is a feature which automatically saves the post-processing state, with no input from the user. When the user navigates away from the post-processor and later returns, the last post-processing state created by the user will again be available to work on or analyse.
This is advantageous for a few reasons. Firstly, the user can create identical states on different designs and compare the two by switching between the results, without needing to recreate or even apply the state. Secondly, a user can simply return to where they left off, whether it was minutes or days ago.
As always, we welcome feedback on our new post-processor and are working very hard to continue to add valuable features to it. Please do not hesitate to add your request to the vote-for-features section.