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welcome_installer_5 [2019/12/13 19:49]
admin [What is New]
welcome_installer_5 [2020/12/04 03:01] (current)
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 Congratulations! You have successfully installed [[what_is_new_5|Dinamica EGO 5]]! Congratulations! You have successfully installed [[what_is_new_5|Dinamica EGO 5]]!
  
 +(See the changelog specific for [[what_is_new_5_2_0|version 5.2.0]] and [[what_is_new_5_2_1|version 5.2.1]])
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 +<note important>​Model execution might fail, if you are upgrading from a previous version of Dinamica EGO with the //​Enhancement Plugin// [allowing the use of R as part of a Dinamica EGO model] installed and there are R packages that were downloaded by Dinamica itself.
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 +If that happens, open the **Options** dialog (**Tools** -> **Options**),​ then choose **Integration** | **R**, and click on "​**Purge User Installed Packages...**"​ to remove all installed packages. The removed packages will be reinstalled again next time the model is executed.
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 ===== What is New =====  ===== What is New ===== 
  
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    * Submodels and functors can now be nested with multiple levels in the Functor Library tree.    * Submodels and functors can now be nested with multiple levels in the Functor Library tree.
  
-   * Submodels can place inputs in custom tabs (other than the default or advanced tabs) in the Functor Editor dialog.+   * Submodels can show their inputs in custom tabs (other than the default or advanced tabs) in the Functor Editor dialog.
  
    * Submodels are loaded "​lazily"​ when the application starts. As the result, Dinamica tends to initialize very quickly, even when dozen of submodels are installed.    * Submodels are loaded "​lazily"​ when the application starts. As the result, Dinamica tends to initialize very quickly, even when dozen of submodels are installed.