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SplitGrid Error

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I am trying to create autogen via scenProc. I used to simple configuration codes from manual but I am getting this error.
 

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Hi,

I think you got some weird character in your script after the copying. Can you try to remove the quotes and insert them again? They might be the problem.
 
Hi,

I think you got some weird character in your script after the copying. Can you try to remove the quotes and insert them again? They might be the problem.
I didn't copy. I wrote all of them myself. I tried it without quotes also.
 
Hi,

Hmmm, something weird is going on, because the SplitGrid and CreateAGNGenBuild commands are also not highlighted in purple as they should. Maybe you can attach the SPC file?
 
Hi,

When I load your SPC file in either the scenProc version 2.0 or in the latest development release I don't get any errors about filters being invalid. So it seems I can't reproduce your error here..

Not sure what is going on.
 
@arno I tried it again with lastest version of scenProc and I got this error again. When I deleted "FWIDTH" line it works but I didn't get any result. You can find the screenshoots.
 

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Hi,

Did you maybe copy paste the script from the manual or somewhere else? It looks like you might have some invisible invalid character somewhere in the text.
 
Hi,

Did you maybe copy paste the script from the manual or somewhere else? It looks like you might have some invisible invalid character somewhere in the text.
I did not copy the script from anywhere. Is it possible to send me your own script that is same with me. Maybe there is invisible character in the text as you say.
 
When I write "CreateAGNGenBuild" with upper characters it goes purple but I got another error.
 

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Can you attach your script once more, then I can check if there is something weird in it. You really have strange errors.
 
Hi,

It's really puzzling, I loaded the SPC file here but it does not give the same errors. Of course I get an error because the folder you exported the AGN files to does not exist on my machine.

It is also weird that on your machine SplitGrid and CreateAGNGenBuild are not shown in purple.

I see you are already using a recent development release. Did you do a clean installation of that version? Maybe that helps...

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It solved! I change to my computer language to English and it has been solved. I was using my mother language that why I got that error. Now everything is working fine. Thank you for helping @arno
 
Hi,

Humm, this is the first time I hear that the language of the computer has an influence on how scenProc works. Did you had it set to Turkish before?
 
Hi,

Humm, this is the first time I hear that the language of the computer has an influence on how scenProc works. Did you had it set to Turkish before?
I always use Turkish on my computer. When I changed to English it solved. It is really interesting.
 
Let me see if I can reproduce that here. I'm sure many users are using their native language, like French or Spanish, and I have never heard complaints about that.
 
We have some speacial letter in Turkish. Like I,Ğ,Ş,İ,Ç,Ö. And some of them are confuse with another letter. Like ı and i. Maybe that is the reason why I got that error.
 
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