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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, 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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