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Prompt: Translation Status: Normal Run

 When I select Save and Simulate I receive the following prompt:

Translation Status: Normal Run

Translation Status: Normal Run

Then the simulator crashes with the following prompt:

Main Program, A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.

Main Program,
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly.
Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is
available.

The program then returns to the build menu, which appears to be unaffected.

Reason:

There are two known reasons for this to happen,

  1. The path and file name of the model has exceeded 126 characters (including spaces).
  2. An activity box has more than 181 characters (including spaces) in the description.

Solution:

  1. Shorten the path where the model is stored. The maximum, including the filename, is 126 characters.
  2. Shorten your activity description to be less than 181 characters including spaces. It is good to use verb noun descriptions for activity names. Long activity name cause two problems:
    1. The name will stretch the output report and make it difficult to read on a normal sized screen.
    2. Long descriptions make it difficult to follow the flow in a quick read. The main point of what is happening at the activity should be in the description. Sub-points and further information can be in the notes.

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