REPORTER, PRIMER, D3PLOT, T/HIS 20.0: Javascript

2023-09-15 REPORTER Automotive Library Templates and Automotive Assessment Workflows Bundle

Version: 2023-09-15

oasysreporter | 15/09/2023
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*** Important information about Oasys 20.0 ***
[15 September 2023]

Following the release of Oasys Suite 20.0 in April 2023, we became
aware of issues affecting REPORTER Automotive Library Templates and
Automotive Assessment Workflows.

This bundle contains updated versions of the <reporter_library> and
<workflows> folders that are included in your Oasys 20.0 installation.

Details of the issues fixed are given in the file

In order to use the updated REPORTER Automotive Library Templates and
Automotive Assessment Workflows, you can:

a) Replace the <reporter_library> and <workflows> folders in your Oasys 20.0
installation folder. This is possible if you have write permissions for
your installation folder.


b) Use preferences to add in the new folders. For Workflows:


In the preferences editor:
Options > Edit Preferences > All programs > workflows >

Value = path to the <workflows> directory in this bundle

For REPORTER Automotive Library Templates:


In the preferences editor:
Options > Edit Preferences > REPORTER > library > library_directory

File > Preferences > Library > Set via HOME oa_pref > Library

Value = path to the <reporter_library> directory in this bundle


c) For the REPORTER Automotive Library Templates, you can also simply open
them manually from the <reporter_library> folder in this bundle using:

File > Open

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  1. Arup may, without incurring any liability to you, temporarily disable or permanently delete your account at any time if you breach any term of this agreement.


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  1. “Arup Proprietary Content” means Material comprising the Service, except for Arup User Content, Your User Content and Other Users’ Content;


  1. “Arup User Content” means Material which Arup uploads and shares using the forum feature of the Service under an Arup-run account. It is limited to the main body and subject of posts, and does not include incidental proprietary material such as Arup’s name, logo or other branding or identification;


  1. “Your User Content” means Material which you enter, submit, upload, share, or otherwise make available, store, or contribute to the Service, in any format; and


  1. “Other Users’ Content” means Material which Other Users enter, submit, upload, share, or otherwise make available, store, or contribute to the Service, in any format.


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Rights to Content Posted by Other Users

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Note that once you have posted material to the site this licence cannot be taken back. If you want to stop others from using material your only real recourse is to remove the post and limit its exposure. However, users technically have the right to continue to use it, so this is only likely to limit the number of new users who use the material in practice.  

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  1. You waive any moral rights under Chapter IV of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (and any broadly equivalent rights in any territory of the world to which you may be entitled) in Your User Content which is licensed under clauses 19-20.


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We are offering this forum and site to users free of charge, as a complementary service alongside our commercial software business. We expect users to take this into account, and not to make frivolous claims against us for the site’s functionality, routine bugs or any material posted by others.

You must ensure you exercise your discretion and obtain properly qualified independent advice regarding any important material on the site which you would like to use.

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  1. upon your breach of this agreement; or


  1. upon deletion of your account.


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