Alberto Visentin

Hi mjmiddle. 
I think you're right, indeed most ACT extensions installed by default with Ansys distributions (such as LS-DYNA or nCode DesignLife or Ansys Motion) have 'actgui.xml' or 'gui.xml' files designed to implement a filtering operation. All these files are coded using a tag. Sure I managed to copy one of those files and add it to my extension, but nothing happens by default once you load the extension, which surely means a Python callback to the filter is required in order to make it work. I'm still trying to figure this out but had no success until now.
Do you happen to have news about this topic?

Thnak you for your help.