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- From: "Chris Minichiello" <ChrisM(--nospam--at)risatech.com>
- Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 09:34:54 -0700
Thanks for the suggestion and it is a good one. We have allowed you to save the grid spacing as your default grid. I point this out only in case you did not notice the checkbox on the grid dialog. We do need to allow the user to save the grid spacing with each file and this is something that we will be doing soon after the initial release. This means that it will appear in a version between version 4 and 5 which might be early in the year 2000. Again thanks for the suggestion. Sincerely, Chris Minichiello, PE Engineer/Analyst RISA Technologies chrism(--nospam--at)risatech.com <mailto:chrism(--nospam--at)risatech.com> (949) 951-5815 voice (949) 951-5848 fax < http://www.risatech.com> -----Original Message----- From: Antonio Arce [mailto:TArce(--nospam--at)wkminc.com] Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 1999 3:03 PM To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org Subject: Visual Analysis I recently purchased the analysis program by IES "Visual Analysis". I think very easy to use, and at a great price. However, I have not heard much about it, specifically about its reliability as an analytical tool. Anyone has been able to consistently verify the accuracy of the answers? Any thoughts about the program? It would be interesting to set up a user group page to share info. Thanks, Joe Montana, P.E.
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