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Most Frequently Asked Questions Answered by Dlubal Support Team | August 2023
First Steps with RFEM
This webinar shows you the questions asked about RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9, which have recently been answered by Dlubal support team.
01:38 I have selected a subarea of my model and only the selected area is shown. Can I subsequently adjust the visibility so that only the hidden area becomes visible?
03:43 What is the fastest way to get to TeamViewer for an immediate link to the support team?
04:39 How can I consider section reductions or perforations in a cross-section?
10:31 For the result documentation, I would like to see the vertical line support results clearly displayed in the plan view. Which setting do I have to select?
12:29 For what purpose can I use the Truss (only N) member type?
17:42 How can I optimize cross-sections in the steel design?
21:22 What is the meaning of the "Differently" action type when defining action categories?
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- How can I display the internal forces of a coupling member or rigid member in RFEM 6 / RSTAB 9?
- How can a member hinge be assigned to members graphically in RFEM 6 / RSTAB 9?
- When opening a model file, I get the warning message saying that "dangling pointers have been fixed." What does this message mean?