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View an offline Magix config in WinSPM

View an offline Magix config in WinSPM

View an offline Magix config in WinSPM

(OP)
Hello all,
Is there any way to view a saved Magix config in WinSPM?
I'm upgrading a customer to a different system and I'd like to view some programming without having to drive over to the site.

Thanks!

RE: View an offline Magix config in WinSPM

No.

Stage a processor on the same release in your lab, and restore from the PCMCIA card, or do a Print All of the configuration

RE: View an offline Magix config in WinSPM

(OP)
Nuts, I don't have the same release here at the office so I'll have to go back to the site and "print all"

Thanks Tommy

RE: View an offline Magix config in WinSPM

have you tried exporting your config file?

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RE: View an offline Magix config in WinSPM

(OP)
Not sure what you mean by exporting. I'm definitely going to "print all" but is there an export option along with backup/save?
I'll have to take a look on Monday.

Thanks!

RE: View an offline Magix config in WinSPM

EM me the save all, and let me know what Release it is from, and I can load it on a Lab machine, do a print all and send it back to you.

I either have, or can create any release.


My website should tell you what you need to do the EM.

http://merlinmanswebpage.yolasite.com

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