Annoying warnings (how to get rid of them )

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Annoying warnings (how to get rid of them )

Post by ChrisBakker » Fri Jun 10, 2022 8:48 am

Hi there Dialux 4 users,

How annoying are the warnings like: "This change will affect the results. Are you sure ?"
Of course, I'm sure !! I know the effects, I know It changes the results (I'm not a first-time user !!)
Every time I make small changes, looking for better results, I get this warnings (don't we all) It is quite annoying since some times I just want to make a small change (I can always go back one step using 'Undo') in order to see if that will get me closer to my final calculation.
Sometimes I'm very focussed on this specific change in my plan and would love to be able to see the immediate result, which is impossible in Dialux (allways have to push the "calculate-button"), when I kind of get out of my concentration by thes warning questions.

Imagine you drive a car, and each time you turn the wheel, the car asks you "are you sure you want to turn left ?" Well, that will reach the headlines for sure. But not in Dialux.
It warns you even if the change can easily be withdrawn.

Best regards
Chris Bakker

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Re: Annoying warnings (how to get rid of them )

Post by Csuleiman » Fri Jun 10, 2022 12:06 pm

Hello Mr. Bakker,

As we no longer offer technical support nor development work in DIALux 4, we are unfortunately not really able to help you with this.
We strongly recommend using DIALux evo. As the successor to DIALux 4, DIALux evo offers a lot more features, a more convenient interface and uses the latest technology. DIALux 4 is technically outdated; it was limited to single rooms and therefore unsuitable for contemporary BIM workflows. The calculation of DIALux 4 is based on outdated standards. We do not maintain the version any further. We also do not offer DIALux 4 for download any longer. Please also keep in mind that Microsoft gradually phases out the Windows versions supported by DIALux 4.

Best regards,
DIAL Support Team
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