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Hi Vitaly, Great work! Unfortunately, the code will throw errors in Version 12.2 when executing the `finalFrames = ...` cell: > ImageAdd::bdchan : The number of channels must be equal or one of them must be a single-channel image and the other...
I guess nothing beats a keyboard with a US layout for programming. :) I tried plenty of [AutoHotKey](https://www.autohotkey.com/) scripts to enter `Ctrl+=` — but to no avail. Maybe someone has a nice AutoHotKey snippet for me that will do the...
Great work (+1). Economically it seems that so far the Swedish experiment has not brought tremendous advantages: [Pandemic, Shutdown and Consumer Spending: Lessons from Scandinavian Policy Responses to COVID-19][1]? [1]:...
Great news! Thank you for that quick response, Ankit. > You will need SystemModeler to open the FMU, you cannot import FMU in Mathematica as of now. But I assume, that once imported (with input/output wrappers) into System Modeler one could run...
Malte, that remark pertains to my experience from the library I am building where Simulation Center indeed does surprise me with building a simulation despite the internal error being reported upon validation (I have a `block`-based class there,...
Ok, thanks for the clarification. To wrap this thread up, I would suggest the following changes in an upcoming (hopefully the next) release of System Modeler: 1. Fully **support flexible array sizes in expandable connectors** in accordance with...
(cross-posted on [StackOverflow][1]) Unspecified array dimensions using `[:]` are very important to write flexible components for frequent reuse. While I am aware, that the actual size of an array has to be determined at the time a model is...
Carl, that would indeed be a great help. At the moment I am simply reducing everything (using an enumeration called "*UnitChoices*") to: - Dmnl ("1") - Rate ("1/s") - Time ("s") Thinking about this from a model user's perspective: You...
Hello Otto, Thank you for those clarifying statements, they are quite helpful. I will start working with WSM next week again after a short break, but I agree with what you pointed out in general about having units of time allways converted...
Hi Otto, as asked recently in [another post][1] I would like to know how to *write cumstom conversion functions*: > *And in the upcoming version you will be able to add your own unit conversions to the list of known units.* Since System...