Thermal Bridge Heat Transfer & Vapour Diffusion Simulation Program AnTherm Version 6.115 - 8.133 

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Settings file AnTherm.exe.Settings.xml

Global application settings are saved to the file AnTherm.exe.Settings.xml located in the user specific settings folder.

During application shutdown current window positions will also be saved to this file. On next application use these windows will be shown at their last position. If this stored setting is not sufficient anymore and you wish to reset the layout of all application windows, please use the menu function Windows→Reset windows positions. On next application start following this reset all windows will be shown at positions defined in the initial template AnTherm.exe.LayoutPersistence.xml.

Actual filter settings defined in the Material database window are also persisted.

The settings file also stores latest arrangement of 3D views (the actual isometrics of 3D representation). Given by the view vector and perspective it will be restored when a 3D window is opened again.

Furthermore, this settings file keeps track of all global (standard) evaluation settings lists, isometry lists a.s.o. (these are managed from the "standard" panel of the isometries window and results 3D parameters window).

The list of all folders which appear used by AnTherm as containers for AnTherm projects and simulation results folders is stored in that file also.

Note: The folder used for local settings is located, for example in Windows XP Professional, under following path name:

C:\Documents and Settings\<User>\Local Settings\Application Data\tkornicki\AnTherm\

Actual location of this folder depends on the settings of operating system, its version and language choice. The exact path can be found in the About window (menu Help→About...) by looking for the value of the entry:

LocalUserAppDataPath:

See also: Application settings


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