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When launching Analog Design Environement, how to get rid of the "What's
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okguy74 (21)
9/21/2005 10:18:39 AM
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Depending for which application and version!?

ddserv is the Framework I guess, where asimenv is the
Analog Environment, layout is what is says.
Put these variables in your .cdsnev file and
substitute the version strings to the version you are using.

ddserv 		showWhatsNew 	string "5.1"
asimenv 	showWhatsNew 	string "5.1.2"
layout 		showWhatsNew 	string "5.1"


Bernd

okguy wrote:
> When launching Analog Design Environement, how to get rid of the "What's
> new ..." window ?
> 
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Bernd
9/21/2005 11:56:45 AM
When the "What's New" window comes upclick the "Off at Startup" on the
"File" pulldown in that window.

Tim

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9/21/2005 5:23:22 PM
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