Saving the result selection for section dialog boxes
Sections are an excellent way to display and evaluate results clearly. In the section dialog boxes of RFEM and RSTAB, you can display several result types at the same time.
To avoid having to select the relevant result diagrams for display each time the section dialog box is opened, it is recommended to save the current selection: Right-click the Result Diagram navigator to open its shortcut menu. Then select the "Save check box status" entry.
In this way, the settings are saved as a default and applied when you open the dialog box later.
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Walter Fröhlich
Product Engineering & Customer Support
Mr. Fröhlich provides technical support for customers and is responsible for the development of products for reinforced concrete structures.
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