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Designating the location for more REQL scripts?

Designating the location for more REQL scripts?

Problem:

Need to designate a location for REQL scripts that are on a network drive shared by the other Revolve Users.

Resolution:

Go to Product (don't need to open a project, this is a Product option)

Go to Utlities/Option drop down menu

choose Directories Tab

In the entry for "Additional Scripts Directory" - press Browse, find the location of the scripts

Press OK

Open Project (can't see these scripts until a project is open).

Go to Tools/Scripts, a new folder (or mulitple folders if there are sub-folders in the location pointed to in "Additional Scripts Directory") should be listed.

**Note: The names listed for these scripts will be the directory path - if a better name is desired then a file, title.txt, will be necessary in this folder with the Text of the Title desired.  For Example - Custom Scripts in the file is all that is necessary.

Attached is a downloadable document to read and see the screen shots of the described changes above.

Old KB# 1080

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