|Open .CAM file Command|
This is the window that is presented to select the CAM file to read into the drawing buffer.
EXIT - Button will return user to the main input loop without doing anything.
OK - Button will open the file selected copy it to the display buffer and then display the graphic items it contains.
The open command can be selected from the FILE pull-down menu or by entering "open" on the command line.
When selecting the open command, a window is displayed with a listing of the files with the extension .cam that are located in the sub-directory of Supercam. Only .cam files can be opened to the graphics window with this command.
By selecting a file with the left mouse button and then selecting the OK button the same way the file is opened to the graphics window.
A file can be searched in this window if the extension name is known, but can not be opened to the graphics window. This is just a quicker way to find a specific file. Different extension files can be listed by changing the contents of the Ext. text box. First select the ext. box by left clicking the mouse over the box, it will highlight to blue. Either click the left mouse button or press the Enter key until the contents of the box is erased. Enter the extension desired, ex.; dxf, plt, txt, hpg, bmp, etc.. Click the right mouse button or press the Enter key to end the selection. All the files with the extension entered will be listed in the list box. The files that will be listed are located in the sub-directory of Supercam.
A file can be opened from another location by entering the path of the file in the Directory text box. This is done the same way as changing the contents of the Ext. text box described previously. For example, if the file is located on the floppy drive a:, then by entering "a:" in the directory text box, the files with the .cam extension will be listed.
To resume the open command, click the right mouse button or the press Enter key on the keyboard.SuperCam File Format Link
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Published 2/10/2017 8:10:06 AM
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