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GMS 6.5 file opening in GMS 7.1


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Hi all,

I used GMS 6.5 version up to last month (Mar 2010).

I got problems while I trying to move GMS 7.1.

Here's problems i have.

First, file opening time.

When i open the model, it takes forever. it seems it takes more than 5~6 hrs. (I couldn't count, I just open at night and work on next day)

Opening MODFLOW alone (*.mfs) does not make any problem. (Opened immediately)

Problem caused when I try to open RT3D file.

Anybody had same or similar experience? How you solve it?

Second, user-defined reaction module.

I saw that bug report about with user-defined reaction module.

Is that problem resolved?

I couldn't still run RT3D in GMS 7.1 with user-defined reaction module.

Thanks,

-Ki-

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Ki,

Will you please send us your files so we can investigate this problem?

Regards,

Todd

XMS Technical Support

(801) 691-5530

support@aquaveo.com

Hi all,

I used GMS 6.5 version up to last month (Mar 2010).

I got problems while I trying to move GMS 7.1.

Here's problems i have.

First, file opening time.

When i open the model, it takes forever. it seems it takes more than 5~6 hrs. (I couldn't count, I just open at night and work on next day)

Opening MODFLOW alone (*.mfs) does not make any problem. (Opened immediately)

Problem caused when I try to open RT3D file.

Anybody had same or similar experience? How you solve it?

Second, user-defined reaction module.

I saw that bug report about with user-defined reaction module.

Is that problem resolved?

I couldn't still run RT3D in GMS 7.1 with user-defined reaction module.

Thanks,

-Ki-

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