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    Bradley Nissley commented  · 

    Toolbar behavior is very fiddly even at the best of times. As a good example, set ICM to windowed mode and shrink the width to as small as possible, now all of the toolbars are stuck to the left hand side in multiple layers. Moving the width back to normal doesn't change anything and the toolbars need to be moved manually back into position. If the Toolbars are Customized to Lock Positions they'll still move when the window is resized and you'll need to unlock them to put them back into place.

    An option to export toolbar positions/visibility would let you load the layout you wanted if things were messed up. This would also allow you set different toolbar layouts depending on the required workflow or bring your layout with you when updating to a newer version.

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    Bradley Nissley commented  · 

    Would like to include the ability to set custom orders in the Master Database window to this as well; move up/move down buttons to set the order or drag and drop would be great.

    Option to sort at the Model Group level instead of only at the Master Database level would be an improvement too.

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  8. 14 votes

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    Bradley Nissley commented  · 

    Would also be great if the template(s) could be saved to a database object(s) to make switching between workflows much less cumbersome. Same applies to the properties window layout.

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  9. 31 votes

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    1 comment  ·  Storm Sewer & Flood Modeling » Productivity  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    ON ROADMAP  ·  pascal.lang responded

    The approach which we are looking to leverage here is one which deviates a little from the original request but gives the same ability to interrogate results part way through a simulation. After investigating options, the best appears to be to have a run for the total duration you are interested in, then set a state saving checkbox in the run and when you wish to interrogate simulation results stop the simulation. We will then make use of ICMLive developed concatenation of results to allow us to tie in the “continuation run” with the results which were stopped earlier. There is a lot more detail to this than I can add here, but it should meet the need.

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    Bradley Nissley commented  · 

    The ability to view results as they happen would be very helpful particularly when calibrating the model against a flow survey, initializing soil saturation, ensuring proper operation of an RTC and/or checking suitability of future network upgrades. If the simulation is going as expected, continue the simulation without lost time, otherwise, easy to see that something needs adjustment, make the change and re-run.

    Having incremental data written to the results file could also ensure that the entirety of a long simulation is not lost in the event of a power failure or no free disk space remaining.

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  10. 8 votes

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