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  1. Thanks for your help. Copying the executable into my working folder did allow me to run FESWMS and complete my task. Since this has never been the case before I wonder what may have gone wrong. My only remaining guess is something got broken in the file location, but I never found it. My files always had underscores, but never spaces. I tried removing all but the letters and numbers to no avail. Again, I appreciate the assistance and quick responses.
  2. An error occurred on my computer today. It was unique to my machine; the same model files ran just fine on other computers in my office. My computer statistics are as follows: Windows 7 (SP1) Processor: Intel Xeon CPU (quad) 3.07 GHz RAM: 12.0 GB 64-bit OS SMS 11.1.13 64-bit FESWMS Version 3.* FST2DH332.exe Upon initiating a FESWMS model, it does not show any of the typical initiation information or begin iterations of the 1st time step. Only one line appears in the FESWMS progress window, which is copied below. The process does not end in a normal fashion, as the button continues to read "Abort," rather than switch to "Exit." Unable to start C:\Program Files\SMS 11.1 64-bit\models\fst2dh\fst2dh332.exe [project name].fpr The *.fpr file is copied below. Does this look appropriate for a FESWMS model? The model is a coastal hydrodynamic model at a bay/estuary. No sediment or wind data are being considered at this time. [project name].fpr file text before initiating run: [project name].dat [project name].net none none.sdi none.bcs none.wnd none.wve none.tim [project name].prt [project name].flo none.sed none.rsr none.upp none.low none.scl none.vec [project name].pro [project name].sta I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling SMS on my computer to no avail. Has anyone come across an issue like this in the past? Any help or information would be greatly appreciated Thanks in advance, eklundj
  3. I have been running SMS for a couple years now. As I am sure is common, my models take a long time to run. Often I start a run before leaving work, or over the weekend, and often on a computer other than my own. It would be so nice to have an email automatically sent to me when a run stops, whether that were due to errors or successful completion. Did I miss this feature somehow? Would it be a difficult feature to add into the next build? Thanks.
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