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Hi,

I'm using Datavyu v1.3.4, and I'm trying to export data frame by frame. If I understand it correctly, this can easily be easily done because the ruby script is attached as one of the "favorite" scripts. However, if I select script, the Favorite script option is unavailable, probably because Datavyu cannot locate the 'Favorites' folder. In the older version of Datavyu, I could find the favorites folder and select it myself, but with this new version, I cannot find the favorites folder. I also cannot find any file with an .rb extension in the datavyu folder. Could you tell me what I'm doing wrong? Thank you in advance!

Sanne

asked 10 Jan '17, 09:22

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Hi Sanne,

It seems 1.3.4 doesn't include the samples from the 1.2.2 release. As far as I know the scripts should still run the same way, so you should be able to use Script>Run Script to run the export script from wherever it is on your computer.

There is also a builtin command to export by frame under the File dropdown menu.

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