State of the graph on Windows startup

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kamei ayumu

State of the graph on Windows startup   01 May 2017, 13:16

It is a question by setting of NetWorx. I start Networx at the time of start, but a graph opens in a startup.
NetWorx starts at the time of Windows start, but the graph wants to make a state not to open. If there is a setting method, will you tell me?
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Re: State of the graph on Windows startup   01 May 2017, 14:06

In NetWorx for Windows the graph generally remembers its last state. If it was open before shutdown, it will be shown again after a restart. If it wasn't open, it will likewise be hidden after a restart.

If you use SQLiteSpy to open the NetWorx database, it can be changed in the database file:

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In NetWorx for macOS and Linux it's different and the graph is never shown on startup and has to be activated by a user.
kamei ayumu

Re: State of the graph on Windows startup   01 May 2017, 15:25

Thank you. It was in a condition that the last state was not maintained.
It was improved by a reinstallation before I received your reply. I understood the part which I could confirm in the database and felt relieved.

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