August 15, 2023 at 1:04 pmDanus Kilian RawertSubscriber
Hey, for a thesis i wanted to export some high resolution figures out of ansys mechanical. So I used the "Images to file..." button to export the current image. Unfortunately the programm didnt asked me to set my desired resolution or something else, it directly opened the window to safe it. I saw on some tutorials that the programm normally opens a window to set resolutions and so on. Does anyone know why it won't open that window in my case?
I use the 2022R2 Version with "research license"
Thanks in advance and kind regards,
August 16, 2023 at 2:04 pm
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