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 Post subject: Re: file size vs save time
PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:11 pm 
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Including Christmas, Easter and Bank Holidays etc, we get 33 days, in total, per year. That's pretty average for the UK. What do you get?
is this in addition to regular vacation time


after you build up to 4 weeks vacation (about 7-10yrs most places) and about 6-10 holidays (again depends on where you work) 20 +10= 30 days
we are a bit behind you guys :cry:

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 Post subject: Re: file size vs save time
PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:24 pm 
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Hi Bruce,

33 days is everything included. I guess that that number will vary, slightly, in the UK. In contrast to what you were saying about building up holdays though, in toolmaking, you'd get the 33 days off from day one (assuming that you started your employment at the beginning of the holiday year).

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:25 am 
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Hi Folks,
So... back onto this subject. From what I can gather, the saves are incremental but the parasolid data isn't saved incrementally.Seeing that a modern PS model contains solids that are all parasolids I guess this means that not very much will be saved incrementally. What's the timescale for having parasolid data saved incrementally? Or have I misunderstood and, really, parasolid data is saved incremetally.

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No, you haven't misunderstood, Mick. As you know, when we first released PowerSHAPE with Parasolid, the model recovery was disabled. This work is part of that, and is currently being tested. We feel that it is better to be safe than sorry.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2012 12:11 pm 
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Hi Jon,
As I've said before, with a big job, saving in PowerSHAPE can take a very long time. Just in case anyone should ask, can you let me know (approximately) when you think powershape's saves will be fully incremental.

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We are hoping to make this live for the next release which will be around June.


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what's the latest on this very interesting thread?


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