Welcome! Please Read Before Posting

Josh McLeod
Josh McLeod Administrator, Employee Posts: 22
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edited September 2023 in Announcements

Welcome to the Ansys Developer community!

If you are using the developer tool packages with Ansys simulation tools then this is your community space. This community has been created to ask questions of your peers, exchange ideas, and converse about developer issues within an Ansys context.

Here are some guidelines:

  1. Keep your posts relevant to the forum category and on-topic.
  2. Respect is key! Be respectful of other users – this is a space to help each other.
  3. These forums are related to developer tools, topics, and activities. Support questions related to engineering/physics should be directed to the appropriate support channel for your product: https://www.ansys.com/support
  4. Use the tags provided to help your posts be more easily found by users.
  5. Do not post hateful or illegal content.
  6. Do not post copyrighted material without proper attribution.
  7. For your privacy, do not post personal information or photos that you wouldn’t want to be seen publicly. Posting of others personal information will not be tolerated.
  8. SPAM will not be tolerated.
  9. Use private messages to chat with moderators or other members in private.
  10. Avoid uploading files to questions on the forum unless absolutely necessary. Scripts and examples should be included in posts in codeblocks.

All-in-all, we hope this community will provide a valuable place to discuss developer tools at Ansys. Enjoy yourself, be kind to others, and help us build an active, resourceful, and supportive community.

You can read more about starting discussions here: Starting Discussions

Find forum tips & tricks here: Forum Tips & Tricks

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  • Landon Mitchell Kanner
    Landon Mitchell Kanner Member, Employee Posts: 197
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    @Josh McLeod , Please tag this "Developer Forum "

  • James Derrick
    James Derrick Administrator, Employee Posts: 248
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    edited September 2023

    Also, we use markdown on this forum. You can read a full guide on how to write markdown if you're not familiar here: markdown guide.

    In the meantime, here are a few common commands you should know!

    Headings

    # at the start of a line denotes a heading. ## denotes a sub-heading, ### a sub-sub-heading and so on.

    Code Blocks

    You can write inline code pieces by enclosing a single word, or sentence in backticks x.

        `x`
    

    Code blocks are book-ended by triple backticks. And you can specify the language in the same line as the first set of backticks

        ```Python
        import numpy as np
    
    
        z = np.zeros((10))
        ```
    

    Bullet points

    Start lines with an * to create an itemized list. You can also indent bullets to create sub-items

    * This will be a bullet point
    * So will this
    * and this
        * This is a sub-point
        * another sub point
    * *and this*
    

    this becomes


    • This will be a bullet point
    • So will this
    • and this

      • This is a sub-point
      • another sub point
    • and this