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 A problem with saving several files in one folder 

Last post Wed, Jul 9 2014 5:16 AM by twister1. 1 replies.
Started by twister1 09 Jul 2014 05:09 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 91 views
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    • twister1
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    A problem with saving several files in one folder Reply

     Hello everybody!

    I have a problem when I am trying to save my simulation results (waveforms) into a csv-file (or generally any format, no matter if I try to save a picture, pdf or csv).

    The problem is following: Let's say I have several waveforms I want to save in csv-format. First, I save waveform A into a csv file within a Folder called "CSV Folder" (just an example). Until now, everything is fine, the new csv-file appears in the folder. BUT now comes the problem - now I am trying to save waveform B as a csv-file in "CSV Folder". Inside cadence, there is no error message, nothing, everything looks ok. But the file I just saved is not inside the "CSV Folder"! No matter how often I try to save it there. If I choose another folder, it works again. But after that I need to choose a third folder to save in if I want to save a third waveform. 

     So, basically, I always only can save one singe file in a folder. Does somebody have an explanation for this?

    PS. the problem appears for every kind of files, not only csv!

    Thanks in advance!

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  • Wed, Jul 9 2014 5:16 AM

    • twister1
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    Re: A problem with saving several files in one folder Reply

     Problem solved, the post can be deleted sorry! :)

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Started by twister1 at 09 Jul 2014 05:09 AM. Topic has 1 replies.