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Hi Keith, scripts are designed to be run from "anywhere" (script manager, menu, keyboard shortcut, canvas button, automation rule, etc.) - they are agnostic, so unfortunately there isn't a property like...

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Here is a simple example that may not do what you're asking, so let me know. This will check the # of items in Matrix1::B and add that # of items to Matrix2::C. Then, the script will populate/re-index...

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Hey Rich, a few questions: each time the script is run, do you want to add another batch of items based on the number of items in Matrix1::B, or is this more like "please ensure the number of items...

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Hi John, it's tricky to "lock" in the sorting in other matrices where the Course category is linked. I might tackle this by adding a hard-coded/input column to your Attribute matrix that drives the sort...

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Hello Bristly, we would advise not making matrix selection part of your model's structural design. If you have multiple matrices with similar structure, sometimes you can combine them all into one matrix...

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Hi lyledp, unfortunately, there's not a straightforward way to do this. You could write a script that created the formulae for you, but not one that would help consolidate them. It sounds like you're...

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I've confirmed that this formatting of the borders is specific to Mac and is not editable. We've logged this as an enhancement request for a future release.

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Hi Alexander - Quantrix does not negotiate any authentication. It's up to the database driver (you select) to do so. For example, for a SQL Server driver, you will need to install the driver from a directory...

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Hi Gilbert, Try "return" - if([whatever check]) return

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